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Review: Redwood Empire Grizzly Beast and Rocket Top Bottled in Bond

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In 2019, Sonoma-based Graton Distillery revamped their choices with three new whiskeys underneath the Redwood Empire label, all named for historic Redwood timber. Final 12 months, the distillery broadened its portfolio additional with the addition of a brand new bottled in bond bourbon and rye, its oldest whiskey releases so far, each of that are additionally named for impressively tall timber. Ideas comply with.

Redwood Empire Grizzly Beast Bottled in Bond Bourbon – This bourbon will get its identify from not one, however two, well-known Redwoods: the Grizzly Big and the Mattole Beast. It was aged for 5 years in lots dimension of simply 26 barrels. The mashbill is a novel 4 grain recipe of 69% corn, 22% rye, 5% malted barley, and 4% wheat. The nostril presents a gentle, toffee sweetness with a leathery edge (nearly like suede) and secondary notes of peanut shells and delicate orange peel. The palate is mild and candy with ample candied citrus, gentle baking spice, and a little bit of barrel char. The oak is a bit overbearing, particularly into the end, however there’s sufficient toasted sugar and complexity right here to offset the tannins for probably the most half, resulting in a nice, if barely drying, conclusion showcasing rye spice and ripe peach. 100 proof. B+ / $80 [BUY IT NOW FROM DRIZLY]

Redwood Empire Rocket High Bottled in Bond Rye Whiskey – Named for a tree “harking back to a 365-foot-tall bottle rocket,” this rye whiskey was additionally aged for 5 years in lots dimension of 26 barrels. The mashbill is a wholesome 87% rye with the rest comprised of seven% malted barley, and, considerably unusually, 6% wheat. The aroma is delicate, displaying delicate natural and floral elements with notes of contemporary dill, inexperienced grass, and rose hips driving atop a layer of darkish caramel. The palate is, conversely, large and candy with bolder, however nonetheless dill-heavy, rye spice, fruit cocktail, and drying oak. A delicate, even warmth fades on the end with notes of black pepper, floor cinnamon, and bubblegum. 100 proof. A- / $80 [BUY IT NOW FROM DRIZLY]

Redwood Empire Grizzly Beast Bottled in Bond Bourbon




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