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Jefferson's Chef's Collaboration Bourbon and Rye
Jefferson's Chef's Collaboration Bourbon and Rye

Jefferson's Chef's Collaboration Bourbon and Rye

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This limited edition release whiskey offers an assertive up-front spice that you get from a rye with more delicate and well-rounded vanilla, caramel and citrus notes you would get from a finely aged bourbon. According to Castle Brands, some of the whiskey used in this blend is 14 years old and will be bottled at 92 proof. The whiskey is tailored to pair well with a wide range of Southern fare, and is featured in several of Chef Lees recipes for his new book, Smoke and Pickles.A collaboration like this is a dream come true. Were taking bourbon in a new direction while respecting the voices from the past, says chef Edward Lee. Bourbon is a long, slow process and our collaboration was no different. In the end, I think we have a libation worth bragging about.
Item Number: Jefferson-Chef-Collaboration
Availability: In Stock 9
Size: 750ML
Jeffersons Chefs Collaboration Bourbon and Rye 750 ML to Hard Find Limited Edition! Castle Brands whiskey brand, Jeffersons, has proven it will take risks. From bottling extremely extra-aged Bourbon and rye, to aging whiskey on ships while out at sea, the team at Jeffersons and its Master Blender Trey Zoeller, don't mind being untraditional when it comes to bottling whiskey. Zoellers newest whiskey adventure has teamed him up with Top Chef alum and cookbook author, Edward Lee, to co-produce Jeffersons Chef Collaboration. And this isn't any ordinary whiskey. The duo decided to blend both Bourbon and rye whiskey together for their cooperative creation. This started out as an excuse to eat delicious food and drink exceptional bourbon with a friend, but evolved into a unique bourbon-rye blend, with a nuanced flavor profile, that pairs excellently with a variety of dishes, both neat and in cocktails, says Trey Zoeller. This limited edition release whiskey offers an assertive up-front spice that you get from a rye with more delicate and well-rounded vanilla, caramel and citrus notes you would get from a finely aged bourbon. According to Castle Brands, some of the whiskey used in this blend is 14 years old and will be bottled at 92 proof. The whiskey is tailored to pair well with a wide range of Southern fare, and is featured in several of Chef Lees recipes for his new book, Smoke and Pickles. A collaboration like this is a dream come true. Were taking bourbon in a new direction while respecting the voices from the past, says chef Edward Lee. Bourbon is a long, slow process and our collaboration was no different. In the end, I think we have a libation worth bragging about.

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