The whiskey ended up being made by many distilleries over time and the brand name morphed into "Old Log Cabin". To this day the Cabin shaped bottles and dozens of knock-offs command some of the highest prices in collectible Americana glass.">
Copper & King's American Brandy aged in a Woodford Reserve barrel and bottled at cask strength. Cask strength brandy is nearly unheard of, and this brandy knocked our socks off. Blind tasted, you would be hard pressed to discren the difference between this and a delicious bottle of whiskey. A MUST TRY!!!
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The brand carries the name of the Rev. Elijah Craig, the man who discovered the method of making true Kentucky Bourbon when he stored his wares in barrels that had been charred in a fire.
Nose: About as complete a Bourbon aroma as you are likely to find...Near miraculous: one of the most beautiful noses found anywhere in the world today.
Taste: A bourbon to keep in the mouth forever...
Comments: Perhaps one of my favorite five or six bourbons and ... perhaps at its best just before bed. Brilliant.">
Sip it straight, chilled, or on the rocks. Enjoy the fruity aroma from the sherry casks combined with the vanilla oaky cooperage notes to round off the flavorful and mature taste of our most exquisite bourbon.
Aroma: PLEASANT FRUIT INFLUENCE,COMBINED WITH VANILLA OAKY NOTES.
Flavor: SMOOTH, RICH MIX OFPX SHERRY ANDBOURBON FLAVORS.
Accolades for Distiller's Masterpiece.
Beverage Tasting Institute- 96 Points (Superlative) Highest Scoring Bourbon - 2015.
Ultimate Spirits Challenge- 94 Points (Excellent) Highly Recommended - 2015.
San Francisco World Spirits Competition- Gold Medal - 2015.">
NOSE: Robust, intense caramel. Rich vanilla with roasted coffee notes, spiced dark fruit and mature oak.
TASTE: Mouth-filling. Sweet and intense. Deep fruit, spice and oak notes layered over dark caramel and vanilla.
FINISH: Big and bold.">
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During Prohibition, Old Grand-Dad was produced by a pharmaceutical company, the American Medicinal Spirits Co., and was one of the few distilled spirits permitted to be prescribed as medicine.">
Highlighted by light aromas of dried mango, cocoa, fruit and spiced peach. Flavors of honey, oak and tobacco dance on the pallet. The finish is balanced and dry, with a lingering tingle.">
Profile: Deeply complex flavors of caramel, licorice, and vanilla. There will be slightly different characteristics from one barrel to another.">
We sampled many barrels of bourbon to look for the flavors that would combine to make an excellent blend.
From the older Kentucky barrels the flavors of caramel, leather, and wood, with a touch of rose become prevalent.
From Indiana barrels the flavors of soft cherry, a nice mid palette feel and a touch of floral are found.
From Tennessee bourbon notes of caramel, vanilla, and ripe banana are gained.
The Colorado bourbons bring spice such as cinnamon which are found from the bloody butcher corn, and honeysuckle from the Olathe region sweet corn.">