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Oak & Eden Anthro Series Forrie J Smith Bourbon Whiskey

Vendor Oak & Eden
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Step into the world of Oak & Eden Anthro Series with the Forrie J Smith Bourbon Whiskey—a captivating blend that pays tribute to the legendary Forrie J Smith and the untamed spirit of the American West. Crafted by Oak & Eden, masters of in-bottle finishing, this limited-edition bourbon is a testament to the artistry of blending, aging, and the unique influence of the patented spire in each bottle.

Forrie J Smith Bourbon begins its journey as a carefully selected blend of premium bourbons, chosen for their distinct character and depth. The liquid then undergoes Oak & Eden's innovative in-bottle finishing process. A toasted oak spire is suspended within each bottle, imparting additional layers of flavor and complexity as it interacts with the whiskey over time.

The result is a harmonious marriage of rich caramel and vanilla notes, accented by the warmth of baking spices. The presence of the spire adds a unique twist, infusing the bourbon with subtle oak undertones and a hint of smokiness, creating a tasting experience that is both familiar and delightfully unexpected.

Presented in a sleek and sophisticated bottle, the Anthro Series Forrie J Smith Bourbon Whiskey pays homage to the rugged landscapes and bold characters that define the American West. As a limited release, each bottle is a collector's item—a fusion of craftsmanship, innovation, and the indomitable spirit of the frontier.

Whether enjoyed neat or as the cornerstone of a crafted cocktail, Oak & Eden Anthro Series Forrie J Smith Bourbon Whiskey invites you to savor a taste of the untamed, an embodiment of the wild allure captured within each thoughtfully crafted bottle. Experience the frontier in every sip with Oak & Eden's tribute to Forrie J Smith.

 

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Tasting Notes

Appearance:
Oak & Eden Anthro Series Forrie J Smith Bourbon Whiskey greets the eye with a rich amber hue, reflecting the depth of character derived from carefully selected bourbons. Swirling the glass reveals a captivating viscosity, offering a glimpse into the complexity within.

Nose:
The aromatic journey begins with a delightful interplay of caramel and vanilla notes, inviting with a sweet richness. Beneath this sweetness, subtle hints of toasted oak and a wisp of smokiness emerge, providing a nod to the unique influence of the in-bottle finishing spire. The nose is an enticing prelude to the layers of flavor that await.

Palate:
The first sip unfolds with a symphony of flavors—caramel and vanilla take the lead, delivering a familiar and comforting sweetness. As the bourbon evolves on the palate, the toasted oak spire imparts an intriguing depth, introducing subtle smoky undertones and a nuanced complexity. The marriage of these elements creates a balanced and engaging tasting experience.

Finish:
The finish is a lingering crescendo—a harmonious blend of sweetness, warmth, and the subtle influence of the spire. Oak undertones become more pronounced, leaving a lasting impression that invites reflection on the innovation and craftsmanship encapsulated in each sip. The Anthro Series Forrie J Smith Bourbon Whiskey concludes with a satisfying and memorable finale.

Distillery Information

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.Bourbon whiskey has typically aged a minimum of two years, though most brands are aged at least four years and often longer than that. The drastic change in flavor profile comes from how temperature affects the barrels.
Whisky has been distilled in Scotland for hundreds of years. There is some evidence to show that the art of distilling could have been brought to the country by Christian missionary monks, but it has never been proved that Highland farmers did not themselves discover how to distil spirits from their surplus barley.
Distilling a liquid three times—as opposed to the more traditional double distillation of Scotch Single Malt—results in a rounded, smoother spirit that is more inviting and more accessible to most palates. Make no mistake, whiskey distillation is an incredibly complex process that takes years, even decades, to master.

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