Four Roses 50th Anniversary Small Batch Bourbon

Jul 5, 2017

Category: Vices

It’s no secret that those in the whiskey distilling industry are treated like family. For it’s the very nature of the spirit to help bring us together in a celebratory fashion. So it makes sense then that Four Roses would go out of their way to celebrate Senior Brand Ambassador Al Young’s 50th Anniversary with the brand and distillery this year.

In doing so, Texas-based Four Roses is releasing a commemorative 50th Anniversary Bourbon that’s made up of Four Roses’ 10 unique bourbon recipes. The end result is a one-of-a-kind offering from the distillery – complete with hints of cinnamon, peaches, and cherries combined with attractive aromas of gardenias and magnolia blossoms. It debuted just last month at Whisky Live Louisville and around 10,000 bottles of the Small Batch Bourbon are slated for distribution so be on the lookout for a bottle or two making their way into your local liquor store here in the coming months.

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