Redwood Empire Lost Monarch Review [In Depth]
Redwood Empire Lost Monarch Whiskey
Redwood Empire Lost Monarch Details
Distillery: Redwood Empire (sourced from MGP in Indiana)
Type & Region: Bourye (bourbon and rye blended together), USA
Composition: 65.4% rye, 30% corn, 4.6% barley
Aged: 3 years old (blend of 3-5 year old rye, 4-12 year old bourbon)
From the company website:
Named after the world’s largest coastal Redwood, Lost Monarch whiskey has a name to live up to. An award winning bourbon-rye blend with an exceptional balance of sweetness and spice. The perfect choice for those who just can’t decide between rye or bourbon, we call it “the best of both worlds.”
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