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Elijah Craig SmallBatch Barrell


Elijah Craig 20 Year Barrel Proof starts with the same bourbon that won Double Gold at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in the Small Batch 12 Years and Under category. Bottled without charcoal filtration, this whiskey is full-bodied and finished with a lingering, warm oakiness.

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Elijah Craig SmallBatch Barrell Proof Straight Bourbon Whiskey is non chill filtered, bottled at cask strength. This robust and full-bodied uncut and unfiltered bourbon was aged for twelve years in traditional charred oak barrels and delivers an intense blast of oak, vanilla, caramel and spices. It is bottled at its natural proof of 122.6 (61.3% ABV), the highest proof bourbon on the market today.

Elijah Craig SmallBatch Barrell Proof is the ultimate expression of Elijah Craig Small Batch. Bottled straight from the barrel, uncut and unfiltered at a robust 124 – 134 proof, it packs a punch stronger than ever before.

Awarded the highest score ever given in the F. Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal, this is the Bourbon whiskey to have on your bar when only the best will do. Silky smooth and packed with flavors of vanilla bean, caramel, and baking spices, Elijah Craig Barrel Proof leads the way for all other small batch Bourbons in quality and taste.

A truly unique sipping whiskey, Elijah Craig Barrel Proof is bottled directly from the barrel, uncut and unfiltered. These barrels are carefully selected to ensure richness and flavor. As a result, Elijah Craig Barrel proof has earned a series of prestigious accolades: Whisky Advocate’s American Whiskey of the Year in 2015 and 2017 and received a rare “A” grade from Ultimate Beverage Challenge.

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