The use of fresh, 'virgin' American Oak barrels is one of the key contributors to the overall flavour of Kentucky Bourbons, bold with spice, vanilla and a strong woody influence.
America has seen a considerable growth of craft and small-scale producers, many of which are eschewing the traditional styles, offering a more diverse range of grains, casks and types of whiskey being produced.
American Whiskey — Few
Few Bourbon 46.5%
This Bourbon is from a mash of 70% corn, 20% rye and 10% two row malt. More interestingly it is aged in barrels made from Minnesota oak which has a shorter growing season hence a tighter grain resulting in a unique whiskey. FEW Spirits hails from Evanston in the United States of America, a city that suffered Prohibition for over one hundred yea...
Few Rye Whiskey 46.5%
This Rye Whiskey melds rye (70%) with the mellowness of corn (20%) and complexity of malted barley (10%) in its mash bill, leaving us with a rather fine drink indeed. The fermented mash is then distilled to 67.5% abv, barrelled at 57.55% abv and bottled at 46.5% abv FEW Spirits hails from Evanston in the United States of America, a city that su...