Larceny

Larceny Small Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey & John E. Fitzgerald Larceny Barrel Proof Batch C921 COMBO

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750 mL
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John E. Fitzgerald Larceny Barrel Proof is an award-winning small batch wheated bourbon released three times a year by the Heaven Hill Distillery. It is a blend of six- to eight-year-old whiskies, taken uncut and straight from the barrel. This release was bottled in September 2020 at 122.4 proof.

A blend of six to twelve year old bourbon, this whiskey pays homage to Pappy Van Winkle's original bourbon recipe.

Product Details

Larceny Small Batch: Aroma of buttery bread, honey, nuts and vanilla. Initial notes of sweet corn, caramel and honey give way to cinnamon and hints of oak. A gentle, savory finish.

Larceny Barrel Proof: Aromas of toasted bread, with maple and cinnamon greet you on the nose, followed by rich molasses and notes of fig and hazelnut on the palate. Nuanced flavor fades into a lingering warm finish.

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