The American single malt class has been rising lately. As soon as dominate by distillers like Westland in Seattle, Westward in Oregon, Balcones in Texas, and Stranahan’s in Colorado, American single malts at the moment are discovered everywhere in the nation, and the class is transferring towards official authorities recognition. It’s not the area of craft distillers, both, as a few of the largest American spirits makers, together with Jack Daniel’s, have launched single malts. The newest to hitch the fray is Bulleit, the Kentucky distiller finest recognized for its bourbon and rye.
Bulleit American Single Malt is a brand new and everlasting addition to the model’s household of whiskeys. It’s made with a mash invoice of 100% malted barley and aged in charred new American white oak barrels. It’s bottled at 90 proof (45% ABV).
Bulleit American Single Malt delivers notes of candy vanilla and toasted oak on the nostril. On the palate, it’s gentle and fruity with hints of pink fruit and pear. All that results in a clean end of oaky caramel and refined cocoa notes.
Bulleit American Single Malt is packaged in a 750 mL bottle — this time created from inexperienced recycled glass as a substitute of the clear bottle used for its bourbon and rye. It’s out there nationwide for a advised retail worth of $59.99.