Knob Creek 15 Year Old Bourbon is a limited-edition
expression that follows in the wake of editions such as 2001 Limited Edition.
It's a small-batch Kentucky straight whiskey with aromas of caramel, oak,
vanilla, baking spices, and a gentle sweetness. There's caramel, toffee, oak,
and leather on the palate. Finishes warming with lingering spice, floral, and
fruity notes. Knob Creek's limited editions are immensely popular, so it's best
to get one quickly before they sell out.
Knob Creek Bourbon was created by Beams grandson, Booker
Noe, who after joining the family business in 1950 was promoted to Master
Distiller just ten years later. Booker talked like a true Kentuckian and was
known for his contagious personality, and through his launch of the "Small
Batch Bourbon Collection" the
collection includes Knob Creek as well as Basil Haydens, Bookers and Bakers
bourbons he is often credited as the father of the small-batch bourbon movement.
Knob Creek Bourbon takes its name from the small water source, Knob Creek, that
ran through President Abraham Lincolns childhood farm. Bookers vision for
Knob Creek Bourbon was that of an honest, quality bourbon that could meet the
standards strength, flavor, care, and patience of bourbon made before
Prohibition distressed the industry just decades earlier. Like Abraham Lincoln
himself, Booker designed Knob Creek Bourbon to be honest, unwavering, and full