Although the product has the term pot still in its name, it has been reported that part of the distillation process for the product was performed using the more common column still distillation method — with a pot still used only for the doubler stage
Indeed the bottle is fantastic and has won many awards. But how does it taste?
Bottle No. 13 of 114 from single barrel No. 566
- Style: Bourbon Whiskey
- Alcohol: 47%
- Volume: 175cl
- Nose: Sweet – Think Caramel and Vanilla, Light Wood and Spice Notes
- Palate: Caramel, Apple, Maple, Tobacco, and Butterscotch
- Finish: Earthy, Woody – Oak
- Marks: The marks system for the Society is left simple: A – F with +/- leveling.
Median Grade: A
During the 1970s energy crisis, the company switched from producing whiskey to producing ethanol for gasohol fuel. This strategy soon failed when fuel prices returned to lower levels, and the distilling facilities were completely shut down in the early 1980s