Requested By MattW

Little Book Chapter 4: Lessons Honored

Blended American Whiskey

Little Book // Kentucky, USA

Requested By MattW

community rating

4.17
4 out of 5 stars
( 94 )

Little Book is an annual limited edition blended whiskey series crafted by Freddie Noe, eighth generation Beam distiller. Chapter 4: Lessons Honored is made by blending three uncut and unfiltered Kentucky straight whiskeys which Freddie chose for their connection to past work with his father, current Beam master distiller Fred Noe.

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One is a 4 year-old Kentucky straight brown rice bourbon; one is an 8 year-old Kentucky "high rye" rye whiskey; and one is a 7 year-old Kentucky straight bourbon. The bottle features a blue tag which represents the University of Kentucky Wildcats--Freddie and Fred's favorite team.

Little Book is an annual limited edition blended whiskey series crafted by Freddie Noe, eighth generation Beam distiller. Chapter 4: Lessons Honored is made by blending three uncut and unfiltered Kentucky straight whiskeys which Freddie chose for their connection to past work with his father, current Beam master distiller Fred Noe. One is a 4 year-old Kentucky straight brown rice bourbon; one is an 8 year-old Kentucky "high rye" rye whiskey; and one is a 7 year-old Kentucky straight bourbon. The bottle features a blue tag which represents the University of Kentucky Wildcats--Freddie and Fred's favorite team. Available in limited quantities as of August 2020.

  • age
    NAS
  • Cost
  • abv
    61.4
  • Blended American Whiskey
    Straight whiskey(s) must comprise at least 20% of the blend with the remainder comprised of whisky of any type or a grain neutral spirit or a combination of the two.
  • Cask Type
    new, charred American oak

Tasting Notes

"The nose indeed has the aroma of steamed rice and cooked barley - a bit like the Eastern European dish kasha varnishkes - with a bit of baking spice and honey. The palate shows more of that earthy, roasted grain character, but some Meyer lemon citrus cuts through, as does tart dried cherry, clove, nutmeg, black pepper, vanilla, caramel and English breakfast tea. It's "different" and "interesting", but in the positive, intriguing sense. "

Score 86
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