Mckenzie Bourbon Whiskey

Mckenzie Bourbon Whiskey

Mckenzie Bourbon Whiskey

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Discover the Rich Heritage of McKenzie Bourbon Whiskey

Mckenzie Bourbon Whiskey stands as a tribute to the time-honored craft of American whiskey-making. Distilled with precision and aged with care, this bourbon embodies the essence of the Finger Lakes region, where pristine water sources and meticulous craftsmanship converge to create a whiskey of exceptional character and depth.

Craftsmanship: Crafted at Finger Lakes Distilling, Mckenzie Bourbon Whiskey reflects a commitment to quality and tradition. The bourbon is made from a mash bill of locally sourced grains, ensuring a distinct regional character. The aging process in charred American oak barrels imparts depth and complexity, creating a bourbon that pays homage to the heritage of American whiskey.

Local Terroir: Mckenzie Bourbon Whiskey draws its unique flavor profile from the Finger Lakes region's terroir. The limestone-filtered water and the climate of the region contribute to the bourbon's exceptional smoothness and well-rounded character. Every sip encapsulates the essence of this picturesque and pristine part of New York State.

Versatile Enjoyment: Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for classic cocktails, Mckenzie Bourbon Whiskey offers a versatile and approachable drinking experience. Its well-balanced flavors and smooth finish make it a favorite among both seasoned bourbon enthusiasts and those new to the world of American whiskey.

Elevate your whiskey experience with the heritage and craftsmanship of Mckenzie Bourbon. Each bottle tells a story of tradition, quality, and the unique terroir of the Finger Lakes. Indulge in the warmth and complexity of Mckenzie Bourbon Whiskey – a true expression of American distilling excellence. Cheers to the art of bourbon.

Mckenzie Bourbon Whiskey displays a deep amber hue in the glass, a testament to the years spent maturing in charred American oak barrels. Its brilliance suggests a whiskey of both depth and warmth.

The nose is welcomed by a rich and inviting aroma, revealing layers of vanilla and caramel. Subtle notes of toasted oak emerge, offering a hint of the bourbon's aging process. The overall bouquet is sweet and inviting, setting the stage for a well-rounded tasting experience.

Upon the first sip, Mckenzie Bourbon Whiskey captivates the palate with a harmonious blend of flavors. Toffee and butterscotch create a luscious sweetness, balanced by a touch of cinnamon spice. The mouthfeel is smooth and velvety, showcasing the careful craftsmanship that defines this bourbon. The palate experience is a journey through the heart of traditional American whiskey-making.

The finish is long and satisfying, leaving a gentle warmth that lingers on the palate. As the flavors gradually subside, a final whisper of vanilla and oak remains, creating a nuanced and memorable conclusion. Mckenzie Bourbon Whiskey's finish is a testament to its complexity and the quality of the aging process.

Located in the heart of Finger Lakes wine country, overlooking Seneca Lake, Finger Lakes Distilling is one of the oldest and largest distilleries in New York State. They use all natural, locally grown fruits and grains to create high quality, handcrafted spirits.
Mac's is composed of 75% straight McKenzie whiskey and is distilled entirely at Finger Lakes Distilling from New York State-grown grains.
There are 739 Whiskey & Bourbon Distilleries businesses in the US as of 2023, an increase of 11.6% from 2022.A distillery makes hard alcohol like whiskey, gin, vodka, rum, etc. The process of making distilled spirits starts off much of the same as making beer. We start by combining some basic ingredients such as grains, yeast & water. Of course each product's recipe varies.Most distillers put bourbon through distillation twice. In the first step, the bourbon goes through column stills. The second round distills it through attached, heated copper pot stills. These bourbon distillation rounds boost the alcohol content of the liquid and remove the mash and other impurities.For a whiskey to be considered Bourbon, its mash – the mixture of grains from which the product is distilled – must contain at least 51% corn. The rest of the mash is usually filled out with rye or wheat, and malted barley.
The origins of the name bourbon are extremely uncertain. However, the most prominent contenders are Bourbon County in Kentucky and Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Both took their names from the House of Bourbon, a European royal house of French origin.

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