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Jefferson's Presidential Select 25 Years Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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- ABV 45.2%
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.
Brand owners, Castle Brands have been breaking new ground with these extra-aged releases, surprisingly, this 25 year old release is this isn't the oldest bottling they produce, with a 30 year old having been previously brought to market. Extremely limited.
Other Reviews...Lots of people argue that the older a bourbon gets the more likely it is to be bad bourbon. The more time in the wood the more like wood it’s going to taste. While this one is definitely got oak in spades it isn’t drowning in it. But, and this is a big one, the other flavors and aromas are light and harder to pick out if you’re not an experienced bourbon drinker. This one is better enjoyed with regular drinkers of bourbon, especially older bourbons, so they can truly appreciate what’s in it – and what’s not. - Patrick Garret (www.bourbonbanter.com)