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Michter's  |  SKU: 9523

Michter's Sour Mash 750ml

$47.99


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Description

Warm toasted burnt sugar notes with spice, sweet, smoky. During the 1970s and 1980s, Michter’s Original Sour Mash Whiskey was the distillery’s single most popular product. While the “Sour Mash” moniker originated from the whiskey production process of the same name – whereby some previously fermented mash is used as the starter for the new mash to be fermented, much like making sourdough bread – Michter’s Original Sour Mash earned distinction for its unique taste. With its unique grain selection, it cannot be categorized as a rye or a bourbon.

After disappearing from the market in 1989, Michter’s Original Sour Mash Whiskey made a triumphant return in 2012 with its introduction into the US1 line. Staying true to the profile and palate of its predecessor, Michter’s US1 Sour Mash has quickly become a favorite of whiskey enthusiasts.

Critical Acclaim

TP96
Tasting Panel

This limited release with an exquisite perfume of brown sugar, cinnamon, and apple pie is awash in flavors of peach, white pepper, and sassafras. With a heavenly texture, the satin glide of liquid stays on the tongue and finishes with a buttery sensation.

WE93
Wine Enthusiast

Resurrected after 23 years, this smooth, buttery American whiskey is worth the wait. It has mellow vanilla and oak flavors, with a faint cherry essence on the long finish that seems to urge, “stir up a few Manhattans already.”

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Bourbon

Bourbon, a quintessentially American whiskey, stands out for its meticulous production process and distinctive flavor profile. Crafted predominantly from a mash bill containing at least 51% corn, the spirit undergoes aging in new charred oak barrels, contributing to its amber hue and imparting a unique combination of sweet and robust notes. With a complex palate that often includes flavors of caramel, vanilla, and a subtle undertone of spice, bourbon has become an iconic and cherished spirit, embodying the rich traditions of American whiskey-making while offering a delightful experience for enthusiasts seeking a nuanced and flavorful libation. Whether sipped neat, on the rocks, or incorporated into classic cocktails, bourbon remains a symbol of craftsmanship and heritage in the world of spirits.

Michter's

Michter's Sour Mash 750ml

$47.99

Warm toasted burnt sugar notes with spice, sweet, smoky. During the 1970s and 1980s, Michter’s Original Sour Mash Whiskey was the distillery’s single most popular product. While the “Sour Mash” moniker originated from the whiskey production process of the same name – whereby some previously fermented mash is used as the starter for the new mash to be fermented, much like making sourdough bread – Michter’s Original Sour Mash earned distinction for its unique taste. With its unique grain selection, it cannot be categorized as a rye or a bourbon.

After disappearing from the market in 1989, Michter’s Original Sour Mash Whiskey made a triumphant return in 2012 with its introduction into the US1 line. Staying true to the profile and palate of its predecessor, Michter’s US1 Sour Mash has quickly become a favorite of whiskey enthusiasts.

Critical Acclaim

TP96
Tasting Panel

This limited release with an exquisite perfume of brown sugar, cinnamon, and apple pie is awash in flavors of peach, white pepper, and sassafras. With a heavenly texture, the satin glide of liquid stays on the tongue and finishes with a buttery sensation.

WE93
Wine Enthusiast

Resurrected after 23 years, this smooth, buttery American whiskey is worth the wait. It has mellow vanilla and oak flavors, with a faint cherry essence on the long finish that seems to urge, “stir up a few Manhattans already.”

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