Four Roses Blended 4 Of Their Oldest Whiskeys For A Special Release

Sep 5, 2019

Category: Vices

Four Roses has an ongoing history of crafting exceptional and rare whiskeys. In fact, their Limited Edition Small Batch has won Bourbon of the Year at the World Whiskey Awards two times in three years. This year, that release is shaping up to be one of the brand’s best ever.

Comprised of four different offerings, the 2019 version of this Kentucky straight bourbon is a combination of a 21-, 11-, and two 15-year-old whiskeys — of which there are three different mash bill recipes therein. On top of that, it’s also bottled at 112.6 proof (56.3 ABV) and is non-chill filtered to retain and preserve its cloudiness and congeners. Shaping up to be a collector’s dream release, this spirit will surely clear off the shelves quickly once it’s released on September 21st for $140 a bottle.

Purchase: $140

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