A limited release, small batch artisan bourbon. This is very unusual, and offers a thoroughly distinctive flavour profile, thanks to its 6 to 10 year ageing in very lightly charred (Number 1 char) barrels. Jefferson's bourbon is made with a mashbill of 60% corn, 30% rye and 10% malted barley.
Jeffersons Bourbon Tasting Notes
Very crisp and fresh on the nose, lots of creamy vanilla and warm, spicy flavour. Notes of oak, toffee, hints of smoke.
Soft and easy-going, very quaffable as it fades out on notes of vanilla sweetness, custard and corn.
Soft, warming and supple. Notes of sweet vanilla, spices, toffee, berry fruits, a touch of orange zest, spices and honey.
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