St. Augustine Double Cask Bourbon
St. Augustine // Florida, USA
St. Augustine distillery, located in St. Augustine, Florida at the site of a historic Florida ice plant, uses locally grown ingredients and grains milled and mashed on site. This Florida Double Cask Bourbon has a mash bill of 60% corn, 22% malted barley, and 18% wheat, developed by Jake Norris, former distiller and founder of Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey. It is fermented using proprietary yeast strains and distilled in a copper pot still, before aging in new oak barrels between 16 to 28 months. A small portion of the whiskey is then finished in port casks. Distilling consultant Dave Pickerell, former master distiller at Maker's Mark leads the final blending, before it's bottled at 46.9% ABV.
BourbonProduced anywhere in USA; Mash bill of at least 51% corn; aged in new, charred oak containers.
Cask Typenew, charred american oak and ex-port
"The nose showcases an herbal and menthol profile, with Luxardo cherries, caramel, dark chocolate, doughy bread, and cinnamon rolls. The palate begins hot then flashes to rich vanilla, before shifting to a drier side, with mulled wine and a fruity-medicinal kick à la flavored cough syrup. More of that doughiness on the finish, with baking spices, cocoa powder, berries, and tart cherries. "