Redwood Empire Bottled in Bond Bourbon Review [In Depth]
Redwood Empire Bottled in Bond Bourbon (batch 2)
Redwood Empire Bottled in Bond Bourbon Details
Distillery: Redwood Empire
Type & Region: Bourbon, USA
Composition: 66% Corn, 23% Rye, 4% Barley, 7% Wheat
Aged: 5 years
From the company website:This rare whiskey was bottled under the strict tenets of the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897. Aged in the temperate climate of the Northern California coast, the original distillate was altered only by the addition of pure water from the Russian River Valley aquifer. This is the purest expression of Redwood Empire’s craft. The name Grizzly Beast is a combination of two trees: The Grizzly Giant, a giant Sequoia located in Yosemite National Park that has over two billion leaves, and the Mattole Beast, a massive 375-foot coastal redwood located in Humboldt Redwoods State Park.
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