Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon
Blanton’s is the original Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey. The taste profile is dry and moderately sweet, with notes of citrus and oak. Uniquely smooth and easy to drink.
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Buy Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon; rich oak notes are at the forefront of this bourbon, with caramel and vanilla in support. A slight hint of leather, honey, and green apple rounds out the profile. Blanton’s approachability makes it a go-to for seasoned enthusiasts and those new to premium bourbon.
“Aromas of dark fruit, licorice, and exotic spice with a rich, dry-yet-fruity full body and a spicy cedar and peppery cinnamon sugared nut finish.” “A superbly flavorful top shelf whiskey that will be a hit in cocktails or straight.”
Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey. Blanton’s unique taste profile results from its production process, amongst other factors. The only bourbon in the world is back by one man’s dedicated efforts, Elmer T. Lee.
History & Taste
Blanton’s got its name after Colonel Albert Bacon Blanton, President of the Distillery from 1921 to 1952. Blanton’s was the first single-barrel Bourbon purchase commercially. Elmer T. Lee, a former master distiller at Buffalo Trace Distillery from 1952 to 1985, manufactures it.
This single-barrel whiskey from Blanton’s Distillery in Kentucky is store for at least eight years and comes from a single barrel. The flavor profile is complex, with cinnamon, caramel, toffee, and dried fruit notes. The finish is smooth, with a slight touch of oak.
Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon is bottle at 90 proof and store in American white oak barrels for no less than seven years and no more than 18 years at the same distillery where it was produce (according to its label). Each barrel is hand-pick by a Brown-Forman team member to guarantee that only exceptional barrels are use in this whiskey.
Austin, Texas, produces Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon, a bourbon whiskey, is made in Austin, Texas. Its name is for Colonel Albert Blanton, the master distiller at the original Blanton’s Distillery from 1935 until 1954. The Brown-Forman Corporation, which owns Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, was responsible for bringing Blanton’s Bourbon to market in 1984. The company still uses Colonel Blanton’s original recipe for this product.
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