Continued caramel sweetness, a little menthol and a good whack of cinnamon.
Toffee pennies, oak warmth and a nod towards freshly chopped herbs.
Cinnamon spice and oak lasts.
The story goes that David Nicholson was a grocer out of St.Louis who started selling his own bourbon in 1843.The spirit was popular and eventually the Read More name was sold to Julian Van Winkle.In 2000, the brand was bought by Luxco who has been producing the bourbon ever since.Other than that we don't have much to say about this 100-proof Kentucky straight bourbon, but don't let that deter you from trying it! Read Less