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Forty Creek Double Barrel Reserve

Product description

As has become standard with Forty Creek bottlings, the grains used in the whisky (rye, barley, and corn) are distilled individually in a copper pot still rather than making a mash-bill with the three grains. Aged separately in white oak barrels, the whiskies are then married once they have reached the proper aging. This second maturation together, the whisky are aged in first-fill bourbon barrels.

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