Blade & Bow Bourbon Whiskey 750ml
Nose: Caramel and vanilla with some dried fruit – dates and apricots. A little leather or tobacco with a hint of sweet spice. Taste: Caramel and apricots with baking spices and oak. Very nice mouth feel and no burn.
Is Blade and Bow a good bourbon?
Blade and Bow is a very nice drink of Bourbon despite all of the marketing gimmicks Diageo put into this whiskey. They market that they have used a Solera method of aging of the whiskey. For those unfamiliar with this method it is a style of aging very popular with Spanish Brandy producers.
What happens when you collect all 5 Blade and Bow keys? If you collect all 5 keys you can join the Five Keys Club by sending them a photo or bringing them with you on a tour of the Stitzel-Weller Distillery where you will receive a special commemoration
Is Blade and Bow Bourbon rare?
The 22-year Blade and Bow is completely different. It's a rare find and it's very uncommon for bourbon to be this old. It's been blended smooth, and it's rather manageable to sip. It's not over-oaked like many aged bottles and it's a true testament to Diageo's blending ability.
Blade and Bow is produced at the original site of the iconic Stitzel-Weller Distillery in Louisville, Kentucky. The original distillery closed its doors in 1992, and Diageo reopened the facility in 2014
Blade and Bow bourbon is a blended bourbon using the solera method, which is an ancient Spanish method of using five barrels to age the drink. It's produced by Diageo and blended from multiple sources, one of which is the original Stitzel-Weller distillate
Garden & Gun
Ingredients: 1 part cream. Splash of simple syrup (1 part sugar, 1 part water) 2 dashes of Scrappy's cardamom bitters. Glass: Rocks. Garnish: Black pepper. Preparation: Add all ingredients to a shaker and fill with ice. 3 parts Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
Boasting an impressive resume, Blade and Bow 22-Year-Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey has been awarded Double Gold and named Best Kentucky Straight Bourbon at the 2015 San Francisco World Spirits Competition and was named the Best Bourbon 10 years and over from multiple barrels in Jim Murray's 2017 Whisky Bible
This award-winning solera-aged bourbon contains the last remaining stock of whiskey distilled at the original Stitzel-Weller Distillery.