Todd & Scott Leopold relocated the distillery from Michigan to their home state of Colorado in the mid-2000s and began small-scale distilling. Then in 2014, they would build a custom distillery where all of their whiskey is made today. They have become famous for many things including their own malting floor on site which is extremely rare to have here in North America and the only one in Colorado along with their 3-Chamber Still. Just take our word for it and YouTube this still, it is an engineering and historical masterpiece.
Leopold Bros Bourbon First FIll Spirits Single Barrel
50% ABV / 100 Proof
Barrel # 69
Mashbill: 64% Corn 21% Malted Barley 15% Abruzzi Heritage Rye
Years Old: 4
Bottles: 198 bottles
Nose – Honeycomb, toast with butter and peanuts.
Palate – Creamy roasted nuts, fresh camp wood char, Buckwheat honey – that musty and malty sweetness.
Finish – Definite chai spice on the finish with some menthol lingering. Super clean finish!
Nose – Hay, straw, honey, brown sugar, and cabinet spice.
Palate – Citrus, honey, cedar, butterscotch, and malt balls.
Finish – Medium to long, spice, mint, anise, and cherry.
- Bottle Size750
- DistilleryLeopold Bros
- StyleBourbon Whiskey
- No. of Bottles198
- Year Bottled2022
- Country of OriginUnited States
- Cask StrengthYes
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