Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Open House Tasting with whisky expert Ed Kohl owner of Keeper’s Quest Brands

Open House Tasting with whisky expert Ed Kohl owner of Keeper’s Quest Brands
Saturday, December 3rd
12 noon to 2pm

at the (In)Famous Bar inside The Wine and Cheese Place in beautiful downtown Clayton.
We’re happy to announce that our friend, Ed Kohl will be pouring distilled treats from his portfolio including some new release whiskies Come by and say hello and taste through a great lineup
Five Fold, Ardmore 12 yr Speyside Single Malt Cask Strength 58.2% abv
Wood Type: Bourbon Barrel
Cask No. 1330
Distilled June 4, 2009
Bottled October 12, 2021
Five Fold, Orkney 10 yr Island Single Malt Cask Strength 60.7% abv
Wood Type: Hogshead
Cask No. 10
Distilled June 21, 2011
Bottled October 12, 2021
Macleod's Single Malt Scotch Island…$35.99. 43% abv
This is a excellent example of Island Single Malt. Maritime Influence, sea salt, tangy on the nose and palate along with salted caramel, toffee, spice cake and a touch of smoke.
Silver Springs Sweet Rye Whiskey....$32.99
Cask 15340
Yield 180 bottles
Bottled 10/24/22
Proof 110.99
Distilled in Kentucky
Mashbill: 65% Rye * 15% Corn * 20% Malted Barley
Early American settlers were guided to the pristine waters by the Sirens of the Silver Spring. From this spring the most delicious rye whiskey was created. With the addition of corn in the mash bill, Sweet Rye was born - a descendent of its spicy predecessors.
This special edition whiskey is bottled at cask strength.
Tasting Notes
The nose is molasses, burnt sugar, and toffee.
The palette is caramel, nougat and hot cinnamon candy.
The finish is spicy rye with a long dry finish.
J.W. Kelly Old Milford Single Barrel Bourbon Double Oaked...$44.99. 109 proof
Mash Bill 75% Corn, 20% Malted Rye &
5% Barley
Reborn in 2016, this unique single barrel, coming in at 109 proof, is hand bottled and double oaked. Every barrel is selected from barrels 5-8 years old. Once the barrel has been selected it is then transferred into a new American oak barrel and aged for another 8-12 months.

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