Heaven Hill, the makers of the famous Old Fitzgerald, recently released a 20 year old bourbon, John E. Fitzgerald Very Special Reserve. The whiskey is made from 12 barrels of wheated bourbon from the Stitzel-Weller Distillery, the direct ancestor of the Larceny brand. This bourbon offers a very special sensory experience, and it’s a great place to start for those who have an interest in the history of Bourbon.
John E. Fitzgerald Very Special Reserve is crafted by Heaven Hill Brands, the nation’s largest independent family-owned distilled spirits supplier. This limited edition is made from twelve barrels of wheated Bourbon at Heaven Hill’s Stitzel-Weller Distillery, which is also the home of the Old Fitzgerald and celebrated Larceny brands. The whiskey’s distinctive taste and aroma are a testament to its quality and an intriguing glimpse into the history of Bourbon.
The very rare bottle of John E. Fitzgerald Very Special Reserve contains only 12 barrels. Each barrel has been aged for at least two years to achieve the perfect balance of flavor. It has a rich vanilla and cocoa flavor and a rich, mellow mouthfeel. It also has a long, refined finish. Because of the mashbill’s wheating, this whiskey has an especially soft, velvety feel.
The very special reserve was created to commemorate the lawless activities of a treasury agent who was allowed to enter the bourbon warehouses free of charge. Fitzgerald poured from the barrels containing the richest bourbon. These barrels were renamed Old Fitzgerald and the Larceny line of bourbon was born. This brew is a tribute to the lawless gauger and the legacy of the Old Fitzgerald family.
The John E. Fitzgerald Very Special Reserve is a special release that features a unique taste. It is produced from wheated bourbon that is aged for a minimum of three years. It is also limited in production. Therefore, it is an excellent choice for collectors. While most bourbons have a price, this one costs more than a year’s supply.
The John E. Fitzgerald Very Special Reserve was crafted from the original 12 barrels of Stitzel-Weller distillery. Then, the whiskey was dumped into the same barrels, and was bottled at 45% alcohol by volume. This whiskey was not chill filtered, which means it retains more natural esters and fatty acids. This brew also has a richer mouthfeel and has a delicate, velvety texture.
The John E. Fitzgerald Very Special Reserve was produced from 12 barrels of wheated bourbon. It is produced at the Stitzel-Weller Distillery, which also produces the celebrated Old Fitzgerald. This premium whiskey is a must-have for those who love the richness and complexity of the taste of the wheated mashbill. It is also a great choice for collectors of fine whisky.
A unique characteristic of this whiskey is its barrel design. A gold and platinum key graphic, which harkens back to the famous Larceny logo, graces the front of the bottle. A satin-finish metal closure and a 20-year-old age statement are etched on the label. The John E. Fitzgerald Very Special Reserve is a wonderful bourbon for those who appreciate the complexity of the spirit.
The unique design of the John E. Fitzgerald Very Special Reserve bottles is another unique feature of the brand. The whiskey is produced in small batches at Stitzel-Weller Distillery, which is also home to the celebrated Old Fitzgerald and Larceny brands. Moreover, the very special bourbon’s age statement is also engraved on the label. It is an exceptional bourbon, offering a very rich sensory experience.
The bourbon is made with wheated bourbon. The name “Fitzgerald” comes from the bourbon’s name in the United States. Its name was given in honour of the late man who had helped the brand become successful. It was named after him. It is a prestigious bourbon with a high-end price tag.