Denver-based Laws Whiskey House has released batch #4 of their Bottled in Bond San Luis Valley Rye.
Laws Whiskey House rolls out a new batch of their Bottled in Bond San Luis Valley Rye annually. Each is slightly different from the last due to variation in the grains, maturation and distilling season.
The latest batch is a seven-year-old whiskey. Its 24 barrels distilled between February and April of 2016. Some of the barrels were made from mash bill of 95% San Luis Valley Rye and 5% two-row barley, while others were made with 100% San Luis Valley Rye.
Only 4,848 bottles were produced in this limited, seasonal release.
100% of the grains in this whiskey were grown by the Cody Family Farm located near Alamosa in the San Luis Valley of Colorado.
Aromas of cherry cola, honey, and black currant lead to flavors of hazelnut mint, salted toffee and serrano pepper on the palate, the company reports. Additional notes include leather, wood tannins, caramel and vanilla.
This whiskey is available for tasting and for purchase in the Laws Whiskey House tasting room in Denver. It will be available at lawswhiskeyhouse.com and in markets across the country starting late May. for a suggested retail price of $79.99 per 750-ml. bottle.
This follows the recent launch of Laws Bottled in Bond Four Grain Bourbon 2023.