McLain & Kyne Jeffersons Presidential Select (Batch 27) 18 Year Old Bourbon Whiskey (750ml) - Stitzel-Weller Barrels

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McLain & Kyne Jeffersons Presidential Select (Batch 27) 18 Year Old Bourbon Whiskey (750ml) - Stitzel-Weller Barrels

$999.00 Bottle
  • 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.

This is a wheat heavy Bourbon distilled in the Fall of 1991 and aged in Stitzel-Weller Barrels (from the distillery that gave us Pappy Van Winkle and early unicorn Old Fitzgerald bottlings).

Other reviews... I’ve tasted several batches of this whiskey (made at the old Stitzel-Weller distillery), from the inaugural Batch #1 when it was a 17 year old, to this new release. It’s not surprising that they taste progressively older. My favorite is still the first batch, but this whiskey holds up nicely and shows a similar flavor profile with a bit more wood influence: blackberry jam, nutty toffee, nougat, creamy vanilla, cinnamon, and a touch of polished oak on the finish. Nice texture, too, with good viscosity and grip on the finish.
93 points - (Spring 2011) Reviewed by: John Hansell