Halloween-ish Bourbons for Whiskey Wednesday!

by Jonathan Gaby on October 25, 2017

Well, the temperatures are certainly dropping. There’s a chance of snow on Saturday! And, Friday is the Black Cat Chase 5k and the Frankfort Market. Lots of stuff to do downtown for sure! We hope that your plans include coming down to Capital Cellars for a Halloween-ish Whiskey Wednesday!

Halloween-ish Whiskey Wednesday: Slaughter House American Whiskey Blood Oath Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Pact I Straight Edge Bourbon Whiskey Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

We’ve selected some bourbons that have some spooky names for sure, and some that aren’t so bad. We hope that you’ll join us for these new bourbons from 5-8 today to have a flight! Also, we’ll still have our wines by the glass menu at buy-0ne-get-one half off and no restaurant fee on bottles enjoyed in the store!

Slaughter House American Whiskey
“Intense and inviting with caramelized sugar, baking spices, dark fruits, butterscotch and vanilla notes. The palate is smooth, ultra rich and layered. The finish is impressive with honey, toast and loads of caramel.” – The Splinter Group

Blood Oath Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Pact I
“A masterful union of well-bred bourbons. The first, a spicy bourbon with a mash bill favoring rye, barrel aged for a subtle woodiness. This, artfully braided with a smooth, but never soft, wheated bourbon of memorable curves. Finally, a more experienced, oaky bourbon with a rye-based mash. None overpowers the other, agreeing to co-exist in harmony.” – Blood Oath Bourbon

Straight Edge Bourbon Whiskey
“Aromatically intriguing with brown sugar, maple, caramelized oak, exotic spices, orange peel and campfire. The palate is velvety smooth, rich and packed with flavors of brown spice, honey and intense caramel. The complexity is apparent and the finish is persistent, long lasting and focused.” –The Splinter Group

Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
“A homage to the legendary Stitzel-Weller distillery, Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey uses a unique Solera System aging process to preserve some of the distillery’s oldest whiskey stocks, including some of the last bourbon produced there before it closed in 1992.” – Blade and Bow Whiskey

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