BLANTON’S Special Reserve understated and elegant, the Special Reserve bourbon from Blanton’s is something of an enigma in its native USA, produced in limited quantities exclusively for export markets. Sweeter and less potent than Blanton’s flagship single barrel bourbon variety, Blanton’s the Special Reserve is remarkably crafted and exceptionally balanced. With a profile defined by dry citrus and light vanilla, finishing with crisp, spicy notes and the faintest hint of cinnamon apple, this bourbon whiskey is ideal for single barrel newcomers and serious collectors alike.
Blanton’s, the first “single barrel bourbon” was introduced in 1984 by Elmer T. Lee, the legendary Master Distiller of the George T. Stagg Distillery. Elmer was honoring his former boss, Col. Albert B. Blanton, who joined the distillery in 1897 and steered it for the next 55 years.
Blanton’s” Special Reserve – is an invitation to “join” the world of excellent bourbon from Blanton’s. It is ideal for those who are just beginning to learn about Blanton’s Bourbons, because it has a lower fortress in comparison with the rest of the Bourbons, and connoisseurs will appreciate its sweet taste and floral aroma. The structure consists of bourbon grain distillate (rye), malt barley and maize, the volume of which blended under US law should not be less than 51% and more than 80%. Each bottle of bourbon after exposure for 8 years in the new baked American oak barrels filled and sealed by hand, is individually numbered and hand delivered a master blender signature.
On the cork of the bottle “Blantons” Special Reserve established figure of a horse and jockey that is a recognized trademark bourbon Blanton’s. In Kentucky horse breeding traditions are as strong as the tradition of producing bourbon. In addition to horse and jockey at various positions on the statues engraved individual letters, from which you can make a word BLANTONS. More: https://winestyleonline.com