Batch 206 Old Log Cabin Bourbon
Batch 206 // Washington, USA
The first bourbon distilled at Batch 206 in Seattle, Washington. With a 51% corn and 49% barley mash bill, the whiskey is distilled in a combination still and aged for 19-26 months in new, charred American oak. The grain is 100% Washington-grown, and the water comes from the Cascade Mountains just east of Seattle. The bourbon is named for a fabled whiskey called "Old Cabin" produced by various distillers throughout American history. This whiskey is a milestone for the company, which has sourced its bourbon until now.
BourbonProduced anywhere in USA; Mash bill of at least 51% corn; aged in new, charred oak barrels.
Cask Typenew, charred American oak
"This bourbon starts fairly straightforward with corn, vanilla, walnut, and orange zest. On the palate there's a distinct "young whiskey" taste that comes in the form of new wood, malt, tobacco, and some caramel. There's a hint of spun sugar towards the middle and the short, dry finish leaves a pleasant black tea flavor that lingers gently."
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