Four Grain Straight Bourbon, 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.
For this expression, A.D. Laws’ flagship Four Grain Bourbon is aged over four years to meet the standards of the Bottled in Bond Act of 1897. This qualification requires that the whiskey be a product of a single season, using grain from one season, made at a single distillery, and aged at least four years in a federal government-bonded warehouse. The whiskey is then bottled at 100 proof and marks the first bottled in bond bourbon in Colorado history. Baked plums and black tea on the palate give way to a hint of orange coffee cake, leading to a tannic and lingering finish.
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