Bob Dylan’s New Bourbon Whiskey May Top the Shelf
Heaven’s Door Spirits, a Bob Dylan-branded whiskey firm, has introduced the re-release of the 10-year-old Tennessee bourbon they unveiled last year. As we wrote at the time, it is a sourced whiskey mellowed utilizing sugar maple charcoal, the so-referred to as Lincoln County Process traditionally used for Tennessee whiskeys like Jack Daniels. It is available in a commemorative field with a duplicate of Bob Dylan’s hand-typed lyrics for Maggie’s Farm” and Subterranean Homesick Blues.”
We’re excited to supply whiskey fanatics the last remaining bottles of Heaven’s Door 10 Year Tennessee Straight Bourbon,” stated Ryan Perry, grasp blender for Heaven’s Door Spirits, in a prepared statement. The response to our first launch was so constructive; we felt we needed to convey it again one last time.”
Heaven’s Door additionally unveiled the Bootleg Series, an excessive-finish lineup deliberate for launch later this year and named in honor of Dylan’s so-known as Bootleg Series” albums. The primary expression in that collection will likely be a 25-year-old whiskey completed in Japanese mizunara oak barrels. Mizunara oak is one of many rarest and most expensive sorts of oak on the earth,” based on Heaven’s Door; timber should be no less than 200 years previous earlier than they often minimize all the way down to make barrels, and as a result of excessive demand for the Japanese whiskey business, distillers that don’t have entry to their very own mizunara forest should purchase barrels at auction, the place they will fetch more than $6000.
Accordingly, the upcoming Heaven’s Door Mizunara expression comes with an instructed retail worth of $499.99. It is going to be obtainable in limited portions in time for the 2019 vacation season. The truth that Heaven’s Door, which is technically a craft distillery, goes down this Japanese oak road leaves it in a somewhat tiny pool of different American distillers sourcing this wood kind. Thus far, the one different one recognized of heralds from a distillery out of Washington State.
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