Bob Dylan Bottles The Last Of His 10-Year Tennessee Bourbon

May 10, 2019

Category: Vices

Less than a year ago, we reported on Bob Dylan’s newest (and most surprising) venture, a whiskey distillery called Heaven’s Door that was unveiling a trio of offerings. Well, it seems one of the three was especially popular because the company has just unveiled that they’re bottling the last of it.

The final bottles of Heaven’s Door 10-Year Tennessee Straight Bourbon are limited to just two barrels-worth measured at 100-proof with a profile that’s said to be rich and full-bodied with hints of maple and oak. The release also comes with special-edition packaging, including a commemorative box loaded with a printed replica of Bob Dylan’s hand-typed lyrics to “Maggie’s Farm” and “Subterranean Homesick Blues.” This extra special whiskey release is available for preorder now for $130. And while one door closes, another opens — as clearing out this final release will make way for a new Bootleg Series of rare whiskey with a $500, 25-year whiskey finished in Japanese Mizunara oak casks as its inaugural offering.

Purchase: $130

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