Redwood Empire American Whiskey

Blended American Whiskey

Redwood Empire // USA

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    3 out of 5 stars
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Redwood Empire American Whiskey is a category-bending unique blend from from Sonoma County's Graton Distilling Company. The whiskey includes their self-distilled rye at two and three years old, with parcels of sourced bourbons, including four, five and 11 year-old selections. The final blend is 60% rye to 40% bourbon, with portions of the rye stock being finished in port and wine barrels.

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  • 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

"A bouquet of apples leads on the nose, with crisp, ripe apples from the orchard alongside mushy, overripe apples. Honey and jammy wine notes are also detected. The palate offers rich sweetness with both vanilla and chocolate, as well as dark red fruits and spicy oak. The mouthfeel is a bit soft and watery, not quite integrated fully. The finish is tannic and somewhat bitter, with vanilla, menthol, and tingly black pepper."

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