Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80
Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80
Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80

Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80

Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80

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Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80 embodies the rich tradition and craftsmanship of American whiskey-making, offering a taste of history in every glass. Distilled with pride and precision, this bourbon whiskey pays homage to the legacy of its namesake, Very Old Barton, a pioneer of fine spirits whose commitment to quality remains unrivaled.

Crafted from a meticulous blend of corn, rye, and barley, Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80 is aged to perfection in charred oak barrels, allowing the flavors to mature and deepen over time. The result is a smooth and full-bodied bourbon with a complexity that speaks to its heritage.

Upon pouring, Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80 greets the senses with its warm amber hue, inviting anticipation of the rich flavors to come. The aroma is a delightful blend of caramel, vanilla, and toasted oak, evoking memories of time spent in the heart of Kentucky's bourbon country.

On the palate, Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80 delivers a balanced and nuanced taste experience. Notes of sweet corn and caramel mingle with hints of spice and earthy undertones, creating a harmonious symphony of flavors that dance across the tongue with each sip.

Versatile and timeless, Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80 is perfect for sipping neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for classic cocktails such as the Old Fashioned or Manhattan. Whether shared among friends or enjoyed in quiet contemplation, it promises to elevate any moment with its smooth and satisfying taste.

Experience the classic American heritage of Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80 and savor the legacy of excellence that has defined this beloved spirit for generations. With every sip, you'll discover why it remains a timeless favorite among bourbon enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike.

Appearance: Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80 presents itself with a deep amber color, reminiscent of polished mahogany. Its clarity suggests a well-aged bourbon with rich depth and character.

Nose: Upon nosing, enticing aromas of caramel, vanilla, and oak greet the senses, inviting anticipation of the flavors to come. Subtle hints of dried fruits and baking spices linger in the background, adding complexity and depth to the bouquet.

Palate: The first sip reveals a smooth and velvety texture, with flavors of sweet corn, caramel, and toffee dancing across the palate. Notes of vanilla and oak emerge, imparting a rich and robust character that is both satisfying and indulgent. A touch of spice adds warmth and complexity, balancing the sweetness with a subtle kick.

Finish: Very Old Barton Bourbon Whiskey 80 leaves a lingering impression of toasted oak and caramel on the palate, with a hint of spice that lingers pleasantly. The finish is long and satisfying, inviting another sip to prolong the enjoyment of its smooth and nuanced flavors.

Very Old Barton has been carefully distilled and aged for generations in Bardstown, Kentucky. This classic bourbon whiskey has a bold and rich taste that goes down smooth, just as it has for decades.
Very Old Barton is a Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey produced in Bardstown, Kentucky and aged 4 or 6 years by the Sazerac Company at its Barton Distillery.
Some of Barton's better-known brands and products have included the 1792 Bourbon, Kentucky Tavern, and Very Old Barton bourbons; Fleischmann's, Skol and Wave Vodkas; the 99 line of schnapps (99 Apples, 99 Bananas, etc.); Calypso and Barton rums; Capitan, El Toro and Montezuma tequilas and Mr.Barton 1792 Distillery was established in 1879 and continues today as the oldest fully-operating Distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky.
1933 the distillery was reopened by his son Con Moore. But he had to sell the distillery in 1944 and so the distillery was renamed to the Barton distillery. In 2008 the now fully grown company Barton Brands chose to rename the distillery to its former name Tom Moore distillery.
The Sazerac Company, of New Orleans, Louisiana purchased the company in 2009 including the distillery in Bardstown and the bottling plant in Owensboro as well as the entire Barton Brand catalog of recipes and brands.

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