Batch #1
Released September 2014
5 Barrels reintroduced to Charred New American White Oak at 4 years old
(Char 2, Char 3, Char 4, Char 5, Char 6)
Bottle Release:  1250 Bottles
118.4 Proof  /  59.2 % Alcohol By Volume
Heavily reliant on the Char 5 and Char 6 barrels for a full-flavored, spicy bourbon.  Rich in consistency, and a blast of cinnamon on the finish.  Baking spices and pine across the middle.  The nose reminds you of a cinnamon disk candy.

Batch #2
Released September 2015
6 Barrels reintroduced to Charred New American White Oak at 4 years old
(3 Char 4, 3 Char 5)
Bottle Release:  1360 Bottles
117.2 Proof  /  58.6 % Alcohol By Volume
A much sweeter, more syrupy release than Batch #1.  The nose has corn, sweet cedar, and a spicy oak character.  Rich and creamy on the front of the palate gives way to spice on the end and a hint of the cinnamon.  A nice lingering black pepper spice finish.

Batch #3   /  Barrel # 16 – Single Barrel (Blue Ink)
Released December 2015
Reintroduced to New American White Oak at 2 years old
(Char 4)
Bottle Release:  206 Bottles
107.8 Proof  / 53.9% Alcohol By Volume
The nose is light, sweet, and creamy.  Notes of oak, slight cinnamon, and hints of barbeque.  It initially tastes higher in proof than it actually is, and with a touch of water, becomes mild and rich.  Notes of sweet corn and sweet char.  With air, look for a combo of green apple and cinnamon making you think of a spicy apple cobbler.

Batch #4  /  Barrel # 20  -  Single Barrel (Red Ink)
Released December 2015
Reintroduced to New American Whit Oak at 2 years old
(Char 4)
Bottle Release:  212 Bottles
116.8 Proof  /  58.4 % Alcohol By Volume
Soft nose that smells of caramel.  Light, rich, and creamy.  Initial sweetness is very much there but finishes with nice barrel spice.  Syrupy and thick on the palate.  The taste is much lighter than the proof would have you expect.  It’s well balanced with initial sweetness, a round caramel center, and slight spice on the finish.

Batch #5  /  Barrel #12  -  Single Barrel  (Green Ink)
Released December 2015
Reintroduced to New American White Oak at 2 year old
(Char 4)
Bottle Release:  194 Bottles
108 Proof  /  54 % Alcohol By Volume
Heavy and rich nose.  Maple syrup and Butterscotch candy is there.  A touch of graphite and charred oak.  Syrupy and sweet on the front of the palate. It lingers up front with a certain richness found in bourbons that rely on the barrel for their flavor profile.  It spreads across the palate and ends with delicate pepper spice but the front of the palate continues to be soaked in syrupy sweetness.  Driven by the caramelized sugars in the oak.

Batch #6  
Release Date September 2016
8 Barrels reintroduced to Charred New American White Oak at 2-4 years old, average age 8-11 years
Bottle Release:  1634 Bottles
111.2 Proof  /  55.6 % Alcohol By Volume
Nose: Caramel, oak, charred oak. Some deep leather – saddle leather. Some tobacco too – sweet pipe tobacco. Deep molasses notes. Hints of cinnamon-y cobbler crust. Mouthfeel is syrupy and rich! Nice initial sweetness. Finish has subtle spice but lingers. Coats entirety of the palate – not just localized to one particular area. There’s a certain thickness to the mouthfeel. Initially notes of toffee and caramel with some crème brûlée sweetness. Finishes with smooth peppery spice that lingers longer than you expect.