Nine Banded Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Nine Banded Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Nine Banded Straight Bourbon Whiskey

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Introducing Nine Banded Straight Bourbon Whiskey, an embodiment of the spirit and culture of the Lone Star State. Crafted with meticulous care in the heart of Texas, this bourbon pays homage to the state's rich heritage and tradition of hospitality.

Aged to perfection, Nine Banded Straight Bourbon Whiskey offers a well-balanced and smooth taste experience. The amber hue of the liquid hints at the years spent gracefully maturing in new charred oak barrels, contributing to its warm and inviting appearance.

On the nose, the bourbon welcomes you with a symphony of aromas. Notes of caramel, vanilla, and a subtle hint of dried fruits create an enticing bouquet, setting the stage for the flavorful journey that follows.

The palate is a celebration of craftsmanship and flavor. Savor the harmonious blend of sweet corn, rich toffee, and a touch of oak spice. Each sip unfolds layers of complexity, revealing the depth of character that comes from the carefully selected grains and the unique aging process.

The finish is a testament to the quality of Nine Banded Bourbon. It lingers with a gentle warmth, leaving behind a delightful aftertaste that invites contemplation. Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for your favorite cocktail, Nine Banded Straight Bourbon Whiskey is a versatile and approachable spirit that suits any occasion.

Presented in a distinctive bottle that reflects the spirit of the Texas landscape, Nine Banded is more than a bourbon—it's a journey through the heart and soul of the Lone Star State. Raise a glass to tradition, craftsmanship, and the undeniable charm of Nine Banded Straight Bourbon Whiskey.

In the glass, Nine Banded Straight Bourbon Whiskey displays a rich, amber hue, offering a visual promise of the depth within. The liquid's clarity and warm color reflect the years spent maturing in new charred oak barrels, setting the stage for an inviting tasting experience.

The aromatic journey begins with a harmonious blend of inviting scents. Notes of caramel and vanilla lead the way, creating a sweet and comforting aroma. Subtle undertones of dried fruits add complexity, offering a preview of the flavors that will unfold during the tasting.

The first sip reveals the craftsmanship behind Nine Banded Bourbon. A well-balanced profile unfolds, featuring the sweetness of corn, rich toffee, and a touch of oak spice. The combination of carefully selected grains and the aging process results in a smooth and approachable bourbon that captivates the palate. The mouthfeel is velvety, contributing to an enjoyable and satisfying tasting experience.

The finish is a delightful continuation of the flavor journey. A gentle warmth lingers, leaving behind a nuanced aftertaste that harmonizes the sweetness and spiciness. The subtle interplay of oak notes adds depth to the finish, inviting contemplation and appreciation for the craftsmanship infused into every drop.

The Nine Banded Strait Bourbon begins its life in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, where it is distilled and aged before being “Brought to Life ” with the addition of water from Texas hill country, just outside of Austin, where it is blended and bottled.Nine Banded started in 2016 by co-founders Sean Foley, Chris Ogden, and Whitney Kroenke Silverstein.The primary requirement that defines bourbon as straight is if the distillate has spent a minimum of two years stored in new charred oak barrels. The only exception to this rule is corn whiskey, which is aged in uncharred or used oak barrels. During the aging process, Bourbon oxidizes and penetrates the wood.
Although historians remain divided on exactly when bourbon was invented and where the name even derives from, we do know that Evan Williams opened the first commercial whiskey distillery in Louisville in 1783 — even before Kentucky was an official state — and that the 1800s were a booming time for the offbeat brown ...Some sources trace bourbon's origins to Kentucky in 1789. Some of these sources credit Elijah Craig, a Baptist minister, with the invention of bourbon after he aged corn whiskey. That same year, Craig opened a distillery in Georgetown, Kentucky.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.
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