Friday, March 18, 2022

Whiskey tasting at New Ballas

Whiskey tasting at New Ballas
Open House Format
Tonight March 18th from 4pm-6:30pm

The Wine and Cheese Place
457 N. New Ballas Road
Creve Coeur, MO 63141

Come in and see Dillon and talk and taste whiskey
Tonight Dillon is tasting three Double Oak Whiskeys

Noble Oak - Double Oak Bourbon..$31.99 (in stock now)

A unique award winning bourbon with a worthy purpose. We at Noble Oak are fanatics about wood. That’s because 70% of a bourbon’s flavor comes from the wood. With Noble Oak, we elegantly marry two of the world’s most coveted types of oak used in whiskey making: American White Oak and Spanish Sherry Oak. We use time honored methods and our patented Compression Finishing™ process to create an unrivaled bourbon with body, deep color, and richness of flavor from some of the finest sherry oak staves. The result is a Great Bourbon with a Noble Heart. -- Noble Oak

He has some leftover samples bottles of these, might as well enjoy them!
But they are sold out

Woodford Reserve / TWCP Double Oaked Single Barrel (tasting only, not for sale)

45.2% ABV
An innovative approach to twice-barreled bourbon creates the rich and colorful flavor of Woodford Reserve Double Oaked. Uniquely matured in separate, charred oak barrels - the second barrel deeply toasted before a light charring – extracts additional amounts of soft, sweet oak character.
Woodford Reserve Master Distiller Chris Morris discusses the unique and innovative process that creates Woodford Reserve Double Oaked.

Oak & Eden TWCP Wheat &Spire (tasting only not for sale)
In a traditional bourbon, you’ll find a mash bill of corn, rye, and malted barley. Swap the rye with wheat, and a whole new world of flavors open up. With all the sweetness and creaminess traditionally found in bourbon, but with virtually no bite on the finish, Wheat & Spire is among the most pleasant and drinkable whiskeys in the Oak & Eden family. We then bring this whiskey to life with a fired French Oak spire, introducing new, silky botanicals coming naturally from the French Oak. -- TWCP

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