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As mentioned in the intro, Castle & Key has been producing whiskey for a few years; this release, however, is the first under their own name. As they say on their website, they have been patient with the release of their bourbon.
While Pinhook bourbon has released at younger than three years, this release of small batch bourbon is coming to us at four years old with a mash bill of 73% White Corn, 10% Rye, and 17% Malted Barley.
Since the beginning, we looked forward to the time that we could share our bourbon with the world. Now, we raise a toast with the first proprietary bourbon to be distilled and released by Castle & Key from the restored grounds of the historic Old Taylor Distillery in nearly five decades.
Castle & Key Distillery
This release comes in a pretty stunning bottle, and certainly landed with a good amount of fanfare. I’m happy to get to tasting this one, so let’s get to it.