Knob Creek Introduces First Single Barrel Bourbon


According to Drink Business Review, Beam Global Spirits & Wine, an international spirits company, said that its whiskey brand Knob Creek has introduced its first ever single barrel bourbon.

Knob Creek Single Barrel Reserve is naturally aged for nine years in new, charred American Oak barrels and bottled at 120 proof, 60 percent alcohol by volume. Each barrel is said to be cut with water and bottled individually in order to preserve its flavor profile. The process allows for variations in taste, color and aroma in each batch of bourbon.

The new bourbon features smoky notes of vanilla and caramel. It is available in limited quantities and retails for a suggested price of $39.99 for a 750 mL bottle. Beam Global Spirits & Wine director Rob Mason is thrilled to introduce the new barrel bourbon offering, and to further strengthen the credibility in the Super-Premium category.