If you checked out our previous review of Pursuit Series 028 you’re already familiar with the brand, and how they utilize a podcast style name scheme for their releases. Adding “Show Notes” to each bottle to give the consumer a brief idea of what’s to be expected inside. The show notes, age statement, as well as State of distillation are always easy to find on a bottle of Pursuit Series, and as we can read on their website, they are aiming these products directly at us…the whiskey geeks.
Ryan Cecil and Kenny Coleman first met while creating the Bourbon Pursuit Podcast. For years, they got to interact with the brightest individuals in the bourbon whiskey industry. They learned what it takes to create, select, and blend great whiskey. Their goal is to cater to the whiskey enthusiast while adapting to a new market by selecting the best barrels and bottling uncut and unfiltered.
Alright, then. A four year Tennessee rye is what we have on deck today, let’s explore.