Boone County Distilling’s tagline is “Made By Ghosts.” This is the company’s homage to the characters in Boone County, Kentucky, who forged an enormous distilling pathway. So much so, that by the later part of the century, the distillery was the largest producer of whiskey in the entire state. The 21st-century Boone County Distilling Co was resurrected in 2015 and although its location is not the same as the original, Boone County remains home to Boone County Distilling. The distillery’s current location can be found in northern Kentucky, just inside the Boone County line in the small town of Independence.
In this release, Boone County finished their Founder’s Reserve Bourbon (originally released as Pot Still Bourbon) in Amburana Oak casks. Amburana is a Brazilian Oak that has become quite popular in the American Whiskey world.
Brand Tasting Notes: Delightful notes of vanilla, clove, cinnamon, and sweet ginger.
- Bottle Size750
- DistilleryBoone County
- StyleBourbon Whiskey
- Country of OriginUnited States
- Cask StrengthYes
- Cask TypeAmburana