Noble Oak Double Oak Bourbon

Noble Oak Double Oak Bourbon

Noble Oak Double Oak Bourbon

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Introducing Noble Oak Double Oak Bourbon – a whiskey that transcends tradition, skillfully marrying craftsmanship with innovation. Crafted with precision and passion, this exceptional bourbon undergoes a unique aging process, imparting a depth and complexity that redefine the bourbon experience.

Noble Oak begins with a carefully selected blend of premium grains, setting the stage for a distinguished flavor profile. The bourbon then embarks on a journey through not one, but two oak barrels, intensifying its character with each passing moment. This double-barrel aging process imparts rich layers of flavor, ensuring a bourbon that stands apart from the rest.

As you pour Noble Oak, the deep amber hue hints at the whiskey's maturity, while the aroma captivates with notes of vanilla, caramel, and a subtle hint of spice. On the palate, the bourbon unfolds with a velvety texture, delivering a symphony of flavors – from the sweetness of toasted oak and caramel to the warmth of baking spices.

The finish is long and satisfying, leaving a lingering memory of the bourbon's journey through the double oak barrels. Noble Oak Double Oak Bourbon is not just a drink; it's a testament to the artistry of whiskey-making, an embodiment of tradition, and an exploration of innovation in every sip.

Whether savored neat or as the cornerstone of your favorite cocktail, Noble Oak Double Oak Bourbon elevates the whiskey experience. Join us in raising a glass to the bold and refined flavor profile of Noble Oak – where craftsmanship meets innovation in a bottle.

Noble Oak Double Oak Bourbon greets the eye with a rich, amber hue, a visual testament to its meticulous double-barrel aging process. The liquid's clarity hints at the whiskey's purity and the depth of flavors that await exploration.

The aroma is a captivating blend of sweet and robust notes. Vanilla and caramel take center stage, accompanied by subtle hints of toasted oak. A delicate interplay of baking spices, including cinnamon and nutmeg, adds complexity to the bouquet, creating an enticing olfactory experience.

On the palate, Noble Oak unfolds with a velvety smoothness, showcasing the result of its unique aging journey. The initial sip reveals a symphony of flavors, from the sweetness of caramel and honey to the warmth of toasted oak. The bourbon's character is elevated by notes of dried fruit, contributing to a rich and well-rounded taste profile.

The finish is long and satisfying, leaving a lingering warmth and echoes of the bourbon's intricate flavor profile. Noble Oak Double Oak Bourbon concludes with a subtle reminder of its double-barrel aging, as the oak influences persist, inviting contemplation and appreciation.

The Noble Oak Whiskey Company is a collaboration with Edrington of Scotland. Noble Oak is finished & bottled in Newtown Ohio at our Distillery.
Alcohol by Volume: Typically around 45% ABV (90 proof)
The double oaked part happens when the whiskey is dumped out of the first barrel and into another virgin charred oak cask. This leads to even more oak interaction that leads to more traits. The company can also control how charred the second barrel is, among other things, to influence how much interaction there is.
An innovative approach to twice-barreled bourbon creates the rich and colorful flavor of Woodford Reserve Double Oaked. Uniquely matured in separate, charred oak barrels – the second barrel deeply toasted before a light charring – extracts additional soft, sweet oak character.
Noble Oak Double Oak Bourbon is a unique award-winning bourbon finished with sherry oak sourced by the Master of Wood at Edrington, producers of the world's finest single malts.
NobleOak traces its roots back to one of the first benevolent societies in Australia. These societies originated with a truly noble purpose – to help families when life threw its worst at them. Members of the community each contributed a small weekly amount to a communal 'fund'.

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