Thanks to my father for opening up this one and letting me have a sample.
I mean… I bought it for him, so I couldn’t exactly do that. Be kinda a dick move.
1792 Ridgemont Reserve Single Barrel is a bit different for a single cask. While yes, there are various stores that have obtained their own single casks with their name on them of this very whiskey, 1792 Ridgemont Reserve Single Barrel was released as a limited edition in the same vein as Sweet Wheat. So this is not selected by a store, and is more close to E.H. Taylor Single Barrel.
The company makes this straight bourbon the same as 1792; with a high-rye composition. They then select the finest barrels, and bottled them individually. There’s nothing stating which barrel this was, which I think Barton 1792 Distillery should consider in the future.
Granted perhaps that’s to avoid…
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