Size: 750 ml
Created: Illinois, United States
- Four Grain Whiskey
- Infused With Natural Botanicals
- Amber Appearance
Koval Blended American Whiskey Single Barrel Four Grain presents a classic and unique taste. Offering a clean, smooth character with creative flavors on the palate, making it an ideal Whiskey to drink elegantly, or as a cornerstone for countless classical cocktails, Illinois, United States Bourbon uses strict distillery with timeless traditional essence, creating a memorable palate experience for those who appreciate the authenticity of this iconic brand. From Chicago’s pioneering distillery, it is a bouquet of sweetness on the nose mingled with scents of vanilla. The palate has palate features leather notes mingled with hints of sweet pastry nose , and fresh marjoram and orange rind. The finish is slightly grainy with notes of toasted cereal grains.
Koval Blended American Whiskey Single Barrel Four Grain is crafted at the first distillery to operate in Chicago since the mid-1800s. Founded by two married ex-academics, Koval focuses on organic kosher spirits distilled from ethically sourced ingredients. It is a delightful expression of Chicago's first distillery since the prohibition era, meticulously crafted in small batches. Four Grain is distilled from a mash bill of oat, malted barley, rye and wheat. This whiskey is aged in heavily charred new oak barrels from Minnesota and bottled single barrel at 94 proof. The four grains define its depth with a banana nose, creamy palate, and spicy finish. Only the "heart cut" of the distillate, no "heads" or "tails." Grains sourced from a local farmer collective in the Midwest. Koval Distillery, nestled in the heart of Chicago, has been crafting spirits since 2008. The gin boasts a 47% alcohol by volume, distilled from a grain base spirit, embodying a contemporary style that resonates with the modern palate while paying homage to traditional gin crafting techniques.
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