Oak And Eden Bourbon And Brew

Vendor Oak And Eden
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Introducing Oak & Eden Bourbon and Brew—an extraordinary fusion that marries the richness of bourbon with the bold flavors of artisanal coffee. Meticulously crafted by Oak & Eden, known for their innovative in-bottle finishing technique, this unique expression takes the essence of a carefully selected bourbon and infuses it with the character of small-batch roasted coffee beans, creating a one-of-a-kind sipping experience.

The foundation of this bourbon begins with a blend of premium grains, chosen for their distinct characteristics. After the traditional aging process, the magic unfolds with the infusion of hand-selected coffee beans. The marriage of bourbon and coffee beans takes place within each bottle, allowing the flavors to intertwine and create a harmonious symphony of taste.

In the glass, Oak & Eden Bourbon and Brew reveals a deep, inviting amber hue, hinting at the complexity within. Swirling the glass releases an enticing aroma—rich caramel and vanilla notes from the bourbon harmonize with the robust fragrance of freshly roasted coffee beans, promising a sensory delight.

The first sip is a revelation of flavors. Caramel sweetness and vanilla from the bourbon create a luxurious foundation, while the infusion of coffee beans introduces a delightful depth and a subtle hint of roasted bitterness. The marriage of these elements results in a palate that is both indulgent and invigorating.

The finish is a seamless blend—a lingering warmth that carries echoes of both bourbon and coffee, leaving a lasting impression. Oak & Eden Bourbon and Brew is presented in a distinctive bottle, symbolizing the brand's commitment to craftsmanship and flavor innovation.

More than just a bourbon, this expression is an experience. Whether enjoyed neat or as a versatile base for crafted cocktails, Oak & Eden Bourbon and Brew invites you to savor the artistry of the blend—a celebration of tradition and ingenuity in every sip.




Tasting Notes

Oak & Eden Bourbon and Brew captivates the eye with a deep, inviting amber hue, reflecting the fusion of premium bourbon and artisanal coffee. Swirling the glass reveals a rich viscosity, setting the stage for a sensory adventure.

The aromatic symphony begins with a delightful blend of rich caramel and vanilla from the bourbon, entwined with the bold fragrance of freshly roasted coffee beans. The nose is an enticing dance of sweetness and robust coffee notes, promising a complex and invigorating tasting experience.

The first sip is a revelation of indulgence and sophistication. Caramel sweetness and vanilla create a luxurious foundation, while the infusion of artisanal coffee beans introduces a unique depth. The palate is a harmonious balance of bourbon's richness and the invigorating character of freshly brewed coffee, providing a truly exceptional and invigorating tasting journey.

The finish is a seamless blend—a lingering warmth that carries echoes of both bourbon and coffee. The lasting impression is a delightful combination of sweet and robust notes, inviting further reflection on the intricate interplay of flavors. Oak & Eden Bourbon and Brew leaves an enduring mark, inviting enthusiasts to savor the artistry and innovation within each sip.

Distillery Information

Bourbon may be produced anywhere in the U.S. where it is legal to distill spirits, but most brands are produced in Kentucky, where bourbon production has a strong historical association.
Ninety-five percent of the world's bourbon is produced in Kentucky, and if you're wondering if there's something in the water, there is.
Oak & Eden was founded in 2017. Where is Oak & Eden's headquarters? Oak & Eden's headquarters is located at 1485 Dove Road, Roanoke.
Four Grain bourbon is the most complex of all bourbons, yet with a complex recipe comes a harmonious flavor. 4 Grain & Spire begins with a mash bill of 55% corn, 18% rye, 22% wheat, 5% malted barley, then aged in charred American White Oak barrels.
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.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.