Laws Whiskey Honey Cask Finished Bourbon

Laws Whiskey Honey Cask Finished Bourbon whiskey
Laws Whiskey Honey Cask Finished Bourbon.

Laws Whiskey House has unveiled their newest Special Finish Series release: Honey Cask Finished Bourbon, a collaboration with Bee Squared Apiaries.

This whiskey is available for purchase in the Laws Whiskey House tasting room in Denver starting September 16th, and will be available in limited quantities at and in markets across the country starting late September for a suggested retail price of $79.99 per 750-ml. bottle.

This creation is the result of a collaboration between distillers, beekeepers and honeybees. The journey begins with Laws Whiskey House’s Four Grain Straight Bourbon, aged in new charred oak barrels. After the whiskey is harvested, Bee Squared Apiaries in Berthoud, CO, fills Laws barrels with their honey, which interacts with the remaining bourbon and char while also coating the inside of the barrel. After harvesting the honey, the honey-infused barrels return to Laws Whiskey House.


For the second round of aging, Laws Whiskey House refills these same honey-coated barrels with its Four Grain Straight Bourbon. This marriage of whiskey and honey yields added sweetness, accentuating the notes of black tea, orange blossom and cinnamon, the company says. On the nose is a floral aroma, followed by the combination of sweet orange and buttered toast, all wrapped in honey.

Al Laws, founder and president of Laws Whiskey House, says, “our Honey Cask Finished Bourbon is a tasting room fan favorite. We are thrilled to finally share this creation on a larger scale with this special small batch. The collaboration between our talented distillers, Bee Squared Apiaries, and the industrious honeybees is delicious but also a testament to our commitment to innovation and craftsmanship.”


This limited release consists of a marriage of four barrels. These barrels aged for 2 years 8 months in new charred oak and an average of 1 year and 6 months in used honey casks, making the total age of this release 4 years and 2 months. Only 1,080 bottles of this release were harvested at 95 proof.


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