firstly Elijah Craig 18-Year-Old Single Barrel Only a handful of the millions of barrels of Bourbon aging in Kentucky have been allow to mature this long.
A true super-premium Bourbon, Elijah Craig Single Barrel is well position to take advantage of the popularity of “Specialty Bourbons”.
The brand carries the name of Rev.
seconly Elijah Craig, the man who discovere the method of making true Kentucky Bourbon when he stored his wares in barrels that had been charred in a fire.
Elijah Craig 18-Year-Old Single Barrel is a critically acclaim Bourbon, having capture the 2010
“Best Bourbon” and “Double Gold Medal” at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition,
“Gold Medal” at the WSWA Spirits Tasting Competition, and was named in the
“Top 50 Spirits of 2010” by Wine Enthusiast Magazine.
The packaging reflects the hand-craft care that goes into the making of the Bourbon.
more so, The elegant oval decanter-style bottle features a cork stopper covere in marble-look closure,
an impression of the initials “EC” in a pewter-color seal and an intricate stylize corn filigree.
At 18 years of age, this is some of the old Single Barrel Bourbon in the world.
Bottle solely from the contents of one barrel,
not the mingling of many, this expression of Bourbon-making craftsmanship is bold and robust.
Truly a Bourbon for the avid collector,
this bottle has won countless awards and is regularly list as a top choice by those who appreciate its smooth yet complex flavor.
that is to say It is part of the Elijah Craig family of Bourbons, name after Elijah Craig,
the man who is credit as the first to char oak barrels,
giving Kentucky Bourbon its signature flavor and aroma.