Savage & Cooke The Burning Chair Bourbon

Savage & Cooke The Burning Chair Bourbon

Savage & Cooke The Burning Chair Bourbon

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Ignite your senses with Savage & Cooke's The Burning Chair Bourbon – a testament to the artistry of whiskey-making. Crafted with passion and precision, this small-batch bourbon is a fiery expression of bold flavors and distinctive character.

The Burning Chair Bourbon starts with a careful selection of the finest grains, aged in charred American oak barrels. The result is a rich, amber elixir that immediately captivates with its deep, smoldering hues. Pour a glass, and let the enticing aromas of caramel, vanilla, and a hint of smoky oak transport you to a world of unparalleled indulgence.

On the palate, experience a symphony of flavors that dance across your taste buds. The sweetness of toffee and maple is perfectly balanced by the warmth of baking spices, creating a complex and rewarding sipping experience. The finish lingers, leaving a trail of subtle smoke and a touch of cinnamon – a signature touch that distinguishes The Burning Chair Bourbon.

This handcrafted bourbon is more than a spirit; it's an embodiment of craftsmanship and dedication. Each bottle tells a story of passion, from the meticulous blending process to the carefully chosen barrels that impart a unique and unforgettable character. Embrace the bold and embrace the fire with Savage & Cooke's The Burning Chair Bourbon – a true connoisseur's choice.

The Burning Chair Bourbon by Savage & Cooke presents itself with a captivating deep amber hue, reminiscent of a smoldering fire. Its rich and inviting color suggests the depth of character awaiting within the glass.

Upon nosing, a burst of inviting aromas emerges. Sweet notes of caramel and vanilla intertwine, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Subtle hints of charred oak add depth, evoking images of a well-seasoned barrel. The nose promises a harmonious balance between sweetness and the unmistakable presence of smoky undertones.

The first sip delivers a complex and layered palate experience. The initial wave reveals a symphony of flavors – from the luscious sweetness of toffee and maple to the robust warmth of baking spices. The bourbon's body is full and velvety, providing a luxurious mouthfeel that carries the depth of its craftsmanship. The interplay between sweet and spicy elements creates a delightful and memorable tasting journey.

The finish is a lingering embrace of the senses, leaving behind a subtle trail of smokiness and a touch of cinnamon. The persistence of these nuanced flavors invites contemplation and ensures that each sip concludes with a satisfying and memorable flourish.

Since the 1800s, the country's signature spirit, bourbon, has been closely associated with Kentucky, a state with a climate well-matched for producing delicious juice. The region around it cultivates an abundance of bourbon's main ingredient, corn, with the success of bourbon here closely tied to this historical fact.
The Burning Chair is the brand's bourbon made from bourbons distilled in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee and were aged a minimum of 4 years in new, charred American oak. The blend of bourbons were then finished in wine barrels from Dave's Napa Valley cabernet projects.The Burning Chair is a bourbon produced by Napa Valley winemaker Dave Phinney at the Savage & Cooke distillery on Mare Island in Vallejo, California.
Aged for a minimum of four years in new charred American oak barrels and then uniquely finished in wine barrels from Dave's Napa Valley Cabernet projects. The mature Bourbon is titrated to 88 proof with pure, pristine water from Dave's high elevation property in Alexander Valley in Northern California.
As long as bourbon is barrelled correctly, aging really has no requirement for how long or less. It can go for any amount of time. But, there are two exceptions to this – straight bourbon whiskey has to be aged for a minimum of two years, and bottled-in-bond must be aged for at least four years.

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