Four Grain Straight Bourbon, 6 Year Bottled in Bond, Laws Whiskey House
Laws Whiskey House is a fiercely independent Colorado distillery committed to producing the highest quality whiskey using local ingredients. Each batch is milled, cooked, fermented, distilled, and aged on-site, utilizing heirloom grains from family-owned Colorado farms. The practice of open-air, on-grain fermentation captures the essence of Colorado’s terroir while the copper pot/column still hybrid produces a robust, grain-forward style of whiskey.
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Aged six years, this distinctive offering of the company’s flagship bourbon exemplifies the craftsmanship, patience, and perseverance that are the hallmarks of the Laws There Are No Shortcuts mantra.
Made with the same bourbon mash bill as the Laws flagship Four Grain Bourbon (60% Corn, 20% Heirloom Wheat, 10% Heirloom Rye, and 10% Heirloom Malted Barley), all grains are grown and harvested from family-owned Colorado Farms. Furthermore, the distillery’s traditional practice of open air, on-grain fermentation captures the essence of Colorado’s terroir and produces a truly unapologetic authentic American Whiskey.
The Bottled-In-Bond Act of 1897 stipulates that a bonded whiskey must be the product of one distilling season, from one distillery, aged in a federally bonded warehouse for at least four years, and bottled at 100 proof. 123 years later, this designation continues to offer those same guarantees, providing consumers with the knowledge of where, how, and when a bourbon was produced and aged. Aged a minimum 6 years in 53-gallon charred oak barrels, this whiskey is sweet and floral on the nose, with notes of baked plum and black tea on the palate with a hint of orange coffee cake. 50% ABV