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Jefferson's Presidential Select 21 Years Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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- ABV 47%
McLain & Kyne is not a distillery, but a 'non-distiller producer' located in Louisville Kentucky. Founded by well known Bourbon historian, Chet and son Trey Zoeller over fifteen years ago (1997), they often source small unique lots of Bourbon which larger distilleries don't find profitable enough to distribute. Roughly 3-4 different bourbon recipes from 8-12 barrels are blended to create the varying ‘very small batch’ Jefferson's labels (Jefferson’s, Reserve, Presidential and Rye) – a miniscule number compared to other ‘small batch’ offerings that often blend up to 200-300 barrels per release.
Jefferson's Presidential Select 21 Year Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey consists of 15 lots of bourbon aged from 21 to 24 years, rumoured to have been found in the coolest spots within an undisclosed warehouse. This is an extremely limited rye heavy Bourbon release, which follows the highly acclaimed 17 year old and 18 year old Stitzel Weller, wheated Bourbon bottlings.
Other Reviews...The nose is very nice with lots of polished wood notes showing some serious age. The palate is very dry with oak, mint, pine and a chewy mouthfeel, though it is a little flat by late palate. The finish has menthol and pepper. This is good stuff, though it feels a bit diluted. At cask strength, I bet it would be great. As with almost everything these days, it's hard for me to recommend this based on the price to quality ratio, but I suppose that high prices for good but not great bourbon are the new normal, and we just have to get used to that. - Sku's Recent Eats (www.recenteats.blogspot.com.au)