Hooker's House Bourbon

Bourbon

Prohibition Spirits // USA

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    2.91
    2 out of 5 stars
    ( 27 )

Hooker's House Bourbon is named after the infamous General Joseph "Fighting Joe" Hooker who was known to overindulge in both women and whiskey. The bourbon starts out in Kentucky where it is aged for 7 years in charred American oak barrels. It's then sent to California to finish for an additional 9 months in sourced French pinot noir barrels from Schug Winery in Sonoma Valley. This double barreling process, though common for a Scotch, is unique for a bourbon and some consider it misleading. However, its aging in new oak and mash bill of 54% corn meet the requirements for bourbon so it is not mislabeled.

  • age
    NAS
  • abv
    50.0
  • Bourbon
    Produced anywhere in USA; Mash bill of at least 51% corn; aged in new, charred oak barrels.
  • Cask Type
    New American Oak, French Pinot Noir

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