Featherbone Bourbon is named after the building where the Journeyman Distillery is located, in Three Oaks, Michigan. The Featherbone Factory building used to be used to manufacture corsets and buggy-whips.

The mash bill is high corn, lending it a more sweet character than a lot of Bourbons. The rest of the mash bill is fairly straight-forward with Rye and a dash of Barley.

Featherbone Bourbon is certified organic, they go out of their way to hand number each label with a bottle and batch number.

It has and interesting floral note on the nose with some tobacco. The palate with reveal a loose mouth-feel with vanilla, Rye spice, and leather. The finish is fugitive, with a burn then returns to that leather quality.

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