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The origin of the Bulleit Distilling Company is in 1830 in Louisville, USA, as the innkeeper Augustus Bulleit develops and produces a 'high-rye bourbon whiskey'. Thirty years later, August disappears when he is on his way to New Orleans with barrels of his whiskey.
In 1987, his great-great-grandson Thomas Bulleit sets to work on the inherited recipe for the bourbon, and starts the Bulleit Distilling Company. For making the high rye bourbon, Bulleit uses the Four Roses Distillery in Kentucky, the rye whiskey is produced in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.
The extra rye in the Bulleit bourbon whiskey recipe gives it its own character. Matured for 10 years on charred new oak and bottled at 45.6%: this results in a bourbon with an excellent price / quality ratio.
A nice introduction to bourbon whiskey, this standard bottle from Bulleit Distillery Co. A friendly price for a nice, not too complex bourbon. And then gives the extra rye in the recipe this bourbon whiskey also its own character.
The '95' on the label of this Bulleit rye whiskey stands for the percentage of rye in the mash. And that is a lot. If you want to know what a real rye whiskey tastes like, then this American Bulleit is a good example. And that for a reasonable price!
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