Blue Run Single Barrel Bourbon
Who Dey price
This cask strength single barrel of straight Kentucky bourbon is old enough for fourth grade. It was distilled and bottled in Bardstown and has a high-corn mashbill. It commemorates TSR's third anniversary, and Season 10 (and 'Nem) of the Black & Brown podcast. It was hand-selected by Bill Stephens, Delvin Joyce, Raymond Culbert, Brodie Whitlock, Pierre Auguste and OJ Lima. A true collector's item, it's the first store pick released from Blue Run's "Chosen" single barrel program.
The Chosen One
- Barrel # 31205
- Distillery Undisclosed. Bardstown, KY.
- Mash Bill Undisclosed. High-Corn Mash Bill.
- Barrel Heavy Toast. Char #2.
- Entry Proof 125
- Final Proof 123.2 / 61.6% ABV.
Yield 180 Bottles
- Loss 33%
Best pick I've tasted hands down got two already will be getting another one
First of all, the bottle is a work of art, and I absolutely adore that they chose the pink butterfly. now onto the liquid… this is one of those bottles where the flavor matches the presentation. It’s potent but not hot. It’s not sweet but it gives peanut clusters and ripe plums. If you like a bold Kentucky bourbon, this is for you.
it's overloaded with flavors. smells of fresh cherries but it's the peanut brittle on the palate that stands out to me. thick mouthfeel. bold finish. let's just face facts. TSR picks the best single barrels and this guy's no different.
I'm glad I pulled the trigger on this one. They don't reveal the mash bill, but I'd guess it's Heaven Hill because it reminds me of a well-aged Elijah Craig BP. Drank it with the guys this weekend while watchin college football and it was the run away favorite.