A blend of various grain whiskies aged in a mix of seasoned ex-Bourbon barrels and new American White Oak for a unique and full flavour profile.
This whisky is made from rye, barley, and maize (corn), much like many bourbons on the market. The difference here, aside from geography, is that the whisky maker chooses to distill each grain type individually. They are aged anywhere from 6-10 years in various degrees of charred barrels (lightly charred for rye, medium char for barley, and heavy char for corn) before being blended together. Before bottling, however, the blend spends a final 6 months in ex-Sherry barrels.