Kentucky Whiskey | Bourbon Whiskey
John E. Fitzgerald Larceny Very Special Small Batch Whiskey was hand-selected by the Master Distillers to have a taste profile of a six-year-old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Made from a mash of corn, wheat, malted barley, and rye, Larceny Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey carries on the tradition of Old Fitz by using wheat as the bourbon's secondary grain rather than rye. As a result, Larceny Bourbon has a sweeter, softer flavor profile, as compared to bourbons that use rye as their secondary grain. After the grains are milled, they are cooked in Kentucky limestone water and fermented using a proprietary strain of yeast. After the fermentation, the mash is distilled through 70-foot tall column stills, and the resulting bourbon is aged in honey barrels for six to twelve years. After aging, the casks are blended and brought to 92 proof before being bottled. The resulting bourbon has a bright new copper color. It has an aroma of buttery bread, honey, nuts, and vanilla. Initial notes of sweet corn, caramel, and honey give way to cinnamon and hints of oak. It provides a gentle, savory finish. Enjoy!