Copper & Kings Butchertown Brandy

Copper & Kings Butchertown Brandy

(0.75l, 62%)


7.3/10
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$65.99
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No B.S. American Brandy for Whiskey Lovers.

Up in the northern part of Louisville, KY, right next to the Ohio River and a shout away from Indiana, there's a picturesque neighborhood called Butchertown. It used to be home to butchers, brawlers and brewers, today it houses artists, artisans and distillers. One of them is a bold distillery of Copper & King American Brandy Company. They produce American Brandy, Absinthe and Gin.

And this sexy jazzy bottle contains a wild and gorgeous Brandy distilled in exclusive copper pots, aged in Kentucky Bourbon barrels and new American oak casks. Imagine an elegant sophisticated jazz quartet deeply in trans while filling the room with incredible tunes - unadulterated tunes with golden mahogany colors, fruity Bourbon aromas and bold flavors of rock'n'roll. Oh, and the music... Ever heard about plants listening to Mozart, growing faster and ampler? Well, the cellar where Butchertown Brandy is matured is always throbbing with music. They say it makes the Spirit better. It's a true Butchertown Brandy made for cask strength Whiskey lovers. No bullshit, just badassery.

Its unapologeticly bold character wowed our members in 2019 and won a place at the Top 5 in 2020 Flaviar Awards.
  • Category
  • Style
    Brandy
  • Region
    Louisville
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
    62%
  • Distillery
  • Maturation
    Bourbon and new American oak casks

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dark cherry
dry
peach
blackberry
tannic
fruit
oak
floral
toasted
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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Golden mahogany

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Aromas of Kentucky Bourbon on the nose with hints of blackberry fruit and cherry.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Lovely Brandy start with robust Whiskey notes, followed by Brandy fruit, peaches and dark cherry.

Finish
Lingering and slightly tannic, oaky and dry. 

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Ratings & Reviews
Daniel
Daniel,
It smelled like buttery maple syrup; dry,hot mouth feel. It's so dry it feels like its warmer than room temperature. A waft of tobacco rolls down your throat as it finishes with a slight oaky nibble.
 
Troy
Troy,
Strong cherry nose and strong overall flavor. But doesn't come across well balanced or finished. At the price point there are far better brandy and cognac out there.
 
Nathan
Nathan,
Maybe it’s because it’s my first shot at brandy but it was way to much for my wife and I. Couldn’t get over the alcohol smell or taste.
 
Alex
Alex,
A great brandy for whisky lovers, the dark cherry reigns supreme in the profile. If you like whisky give this a try!
 
William
William,
Very strong and very cherry! Not for beginners, packs a punch.
 
Alicia
Alicia,
You can definitely taste the black sherry. Taste great
 
Angela
Angela,
Way too harsh and a more harsh finish that lingers for 5-10 mins. No thanks
 
Andrew
Andrew,
“Give me the strongest stuff you got,” said Doc Brown to his bartender in 1885. That was the first thing that crossed my mind when I took a sip of this almost illegal proof brandy. If pain is your pleasure, pop this bottle. It has the nose of acetone and the aftertaste of regret. Do not pour this into the time machine in lieu of gasoline, you’d do better to put some logs on the fire and strap in for your trip across Eastwood ravine.
 
Mike
Mike,
I am not sure what others were drinking but burn too much... so nice notes underneath of typical brandy but unpleasant initially. Finish was solid though.
 
Paul
Paul,
Strong flavor but still a smooth taste
 
Cameron
Cameron,
If brandy was scotch... this would be it!
 
Calvin
Calvin,
Not normally a brandy fan, but this is good stuff.
 
Gerard
Gerard,
Pretty smooth not harsh a little sweet at the first but then evens out
 
edward
edward,
Not a big Brandy drinker but this was amazing! has a great taste of cherry that shines through the first hint of oak. Would highly recommend. Great drink to have warmed up.
 
Ryan
Ryan,
Sadly I has to drink it with ICE.
 
Alex
Alex,
Strong cherry notes with oak undertones
 
Rene
Rene,
Very different with a cherry entrance. Has some orange and a bit of marmalade. Distinguished
 
Jon
Jon,
I had a single-barrel example in the spirit advent calendar from Flaviar that I really enjoyed, but there were no bottles of that available. But I found this bottle from the same producer with similar tasting notes, so I thought I'd give it a try. The result was an even better experience. What a fantastic brandy!
 
Raoul
Raoul,
Surprising! It’s obviously a brandy, but I also taste juniper and flowers like a gin. Nice and strong, a bit rustic and good for sipping neat after the bbq. Not refined orcomex to gain a 9 though. Very pleasant
 
Timothy
Timothy,
Wow! This is uniquely different and damn well inviting! Nose: delightful tannic chocolate covered Washington state cherries. Canned peaches for sure hit right afterwards. Taste: (added a capful of Kirkland’s finest h2o) the high proof definitely gets you but once you get past the woody tannins you get tropical fruits and something akin to a nice Belgian lambic berry ale with a bit of creaminess at the end. Finish: light toasted wood and mandarin oranges with a slight cream finish. A really delightful finish that goes on and on. I definitely need to buy a bottle. I am a Wine guy 1st and Bourbon 2nd (nearly 1st) and this Brandy fits the proverbial bill as a beautiful - in between - the Love child. Highly recommend you get a bottle too.
 
Barbara
Barbara,
Was so excited that I missed the rating....
 
Barbara
Barbara,
Wow. A great surprise. After the first sip we revisited the smal print on the bottle, were then not surprised to read 124 proof and decided to treat this like a whiskey... hence diluting it with water. What a unique and wonderful spirit.
 
Tim
Tim,
Very good
 
Pierce
Pierce,
Smooth and sweet, with a slight burn
 
Paul
Paul,
Simply delightful on the rocks. I was not expecting so much flavour at this proof!
 
Peter
Peter,
Bit of a bite but a great aftertaste
 
Zachary
Zachary,
Yummy brandy
 
Michael
Michael,
Wow, just wow
 
Laura
Laura,
Burns but nice taste
 
Ryan
Ryan,
Way too much Alcohol. On first sip I could taste the notes, but after that it was just harsh strong alcohol.
 
Aaron
Aaron,
Great flavor!
 
Angela
Angela,
You would never guess it was 62% alcohol. The dark berry flavor begins and ends with an oak and dry finish. Would love to try this with a ribeye.
 
Rocco
Rocco,
Best Brandy I’ve had in a loooong time! I can see why it won the top 5 in the 2020 Flaviar Awards!
 
Lelia
Lelia,
Can't wait to taste this! I had the pleasure of touring this distillery. Think old railroad carts re-purposed into a gift shop and outdoor tasting bar in a wide open outdoor event space with a huge fire pit and butterfly garden! Then the tour complete with a barrel tasting and bottling opportunity. You must number and register your bottle by signing your bottle out of the facility. At the time of my bottling the brandy alcohol content was at 128 proof! The proof changes from day to day. You're warned not to resale unless you want excise hunting you down, lol. My 78 year old uncle visited during the holidays. Between the Indiana Blackberry wine and the Louisville Brandy, I think I became his favorite niece :)
 
David
David,
Good flavor after a bit but way too harsh
 
Kelli
Kelli,
Subtle fruit flavor and a smooth finish.
 
Chris
Chris,
Very rich taste, a little harsh up front, but it smooths out into a much warmer and nicer finish.
 
Mojca
Mojca,
Amazingly rich taste, I love it.
 
David
David,
I love this brand of brandy
 
Sébastien
Sébastien,
Simply my favorite brandy out there.
 
Mark
Mark,
The perfect nightcap. Will peel the paint off your doors, and a little goes a long way. But tastes great and very enjoyable as a low-volume sipper. Tried it with water, which didn't change it much, so I'm drinking it neat a small snifter at a time.
Eden
Eden,
I completely agree.
Stephen
Stephen,
I like everything about this Brandy. Smooth bold flavors and a nice finish. A great way to wrap up a long day.
 
Stephen
Stephen,
Harsh. I would not buy again.
ADAM
ADAM,
What didn't you like about it?
Emily
Emily,
Really tasty. Really strong. Lovely sipper
 
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