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Unwind in luxury with a glass of Crown Royal Peach Flavored Whisky. To create this extraordinary blend, fresh Georgia peaches are harvested, de-stoned, pressed and strained to preserve their bright, aromatic taste. Then, our master blender infuses the juicy flavor for a vibrant and delicious whisky with luscious notes of creamy vanilla and a decadently sweet finish. Made with the signature smoothness of traditional Crown Royal, our peach flavored whisky will enhance a cozy cocktail party or rooftop celebration. Enjoy our whisky mixed with iced tea for a refreshing tasting cocktail. First created in 1939 as a gift for the king and queen of England, a Canadian entrepreneur created a blend of 50 whiskies and wrapped a bottle in a regal purple bag with gold stitching. Affectionately named "Crown Royal," our whisky maintains the integrity and quality of our process today as it was first presented to English royalty. Blended with 50 distinct whiskies, Crown Royal assures decadence in every bottle of our signature whiskies. Please drink responsibly.
Bulleit Bourbon is inspired by the whiskey pioneered by Augustus Bulleit over 150 years ago. Only ingredients of the very highest quality are used. The subtlety and complexity of Bulleit Bourbon come from its unique blend of rye, corn, and barley malt, along with special strains of yeast and pure Kentucky limestone filtered water. Due to its especially high rye content, Bulleit? Bourbon has a bold, spicy character with a finish that’s distinctively clean and smooth.
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Extraordinary dark red. The nose shows the power of graphite and flower notes, for example, rose and violet that is joined with fragile spiced notes. In the mouth, the blend of the balsamic notes and the qualities acridity of the grapes that make it a best wine each. The nose shows a prevalence of graphite and flower notes, for example, rose and violet that is joined with fragile spiced notes. In the mouth, the mix of the balsamic notes and the qualities acridity of the grapes that develop in the Gualtallary district make this wine rich and new with a long completion.
Even as it backed off of a heavy commitment to expanding its Scotch footprint, British drinks colossus Diageo began a major expansion into bourbon. Part of this was investing in giving Bulleit a distillery and other infrastructure to call its own, and the other part was in taking the aged stock it had piled up in the Stitzel-Weller warehouses in Shively (a neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky) and bottling it in various limited edition releases. One of those was Blade And Bow 22 Year Old.
Let’s say the average consumer, shopping for an old bourbon, is on the internet doing due diligence before buying a $150 bottle. Something critical for that person to understand is that, following the lead of a few key individuals, most bourbon bloggers have a strong bias against Diageo, and Blade And Bow 22 Year Old suffered for it.
Blade And Bow is made from two stocks of very aged whiskey, coming from the Heaven Hill-owned Bernheim Distillery and the Sazerac-owned Buffalo Trace Distillery. However, Diageo can’t just up and say it’s from Bernheim and Sazerac, presumably because of the confidentiality agreements that are standard in the bourbon industry. They give the street addresses instead, because the law requires them to say where the whiskey was made, even when they can’t say who made it.
When a trendy, popular independent bottler describes its products in a similar way (say, High West or Barrell Bourbon), the bourbon blogging clique praises them to the heavens for their transparency, and rightfully so. When Diageo does it, they mock and deride them for it.
A true connoisseur's Tequila, 1800 Anejo is designed for the ultimate Tequila lover. Made from 100% Blue Agave, the dark amber hue comes from the deeply charred oak barrels in which it rests for more than one year. Luscious aromas of vanilla, nutmeg and cloves are combined with layers of intense butterscotch and chocolate. The rich, well-rounded flavor is an elegant marriage of Agave, spices and toasted oak with a pleasantly spicy finish of pepper and honey. 1800 Anejo is best enjoyed on its own, served neat or on the rocks with a twist of orange.
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Bodegas Valdemar uses grapes from their own vineyards in Riojas Alta and Alavesa to create this cuvée of Tempranillo with 10% Graciano and 5% Garnacha. It's very much a forward style, potentially mirroring the warmth of the 2012 vintage, with zesty, flavorful, pleasantly gamey foods grown from the ground tannins. Smoky and mineral notes outline a center of fresh dark cherry and licorice in this engaging red. Energetic causticity and all around coordinated tannins give this a decent structure. Drink now through 2024. New and fruity Riojas named, Joven, (which means youthful) see insignificant maturing before discharge, however increasingly genuine Rioja wines experience various years in oak.
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Buffalo Trace bourbon is made mostly with corn from Kentucky and Indiana, plus rye and malted barley. Bottles of Buffalo Trace bear no aging statement, but rumor has it the typical bottle has an average age of between seven and nine years. I say “average age” because Buffalo Trace bourbon is blended, with a normal batch drawing from 25 to 30 barrels before chill filtration. The whiskey is 90 proof (45% alcohol), and has a light, golden amber coloring. The bottle is inked rather than labeled, and in such a way as to show off the whiskey’s lovely color. The stopper is plastic and cork.
The whiskey smells of vanilla and maple, with a mild character. The flavor is warm, with brown sugar and honey sweetness, but once again the main feature is just how subdued it is. The finish is long, warm and pleasant, and without even a hint of bite.
Kentucky- Amber color. Aromas and flavors of butterscotch and maple hazelnut danish with a glycerous fruity sweet medium body and a delicate roasted walnut and brown sugar finish. Rather liqueur-like in sweetness, but solidly made and mixable.