Garrison Brothers Cowboy Bourbon 2009

Garrison Brothers Cowboy Bourbon 2009

(0.75l, 67.5%)


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Cowboy Bourbon is just like Texas — uncut, unfiltered, and wild as a mustang.

We love all the hard toiled, passionate, craft distillers of the world. But the Garrison Brothers stand out in that crowd a bit taller than most. You see, they don’t farm out anything. Every step from cooking the mash to bottling happens right there on site at their distillery in Hye, Texas. They make Bourbon in a range of ages and finishes, but it all started with the famous “barrel #6” that yielded their signature Texas Bourbon Whiskey.

There is a LOT to say about Garrison Brothers Cowboy Bourbon. They take the top handful of barrels of their Texas Straight Bourbon made from 100% Panhandle yellow-dent corn and then give a little extra time in the wood. Then they bottle it up. That’s it. No filtration, no cutting to proof with water, no blending… they just tip the barrel over and pour it into bottles at 67.5% ABV. This liquid Texas treasure is as dark and rich as molasses and tasty as you will ever have. Jim Murray of “The Whiskey Bible” fame called it “American Micro Whiskey of the Year.” They don’t release it every year and the quantity is always limited.
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    United States
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  • Age
    4 Year Old

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burnt caramel
spicy notes
malted barley
dark chocolate
What does Garrison Brothers Cowboy Bourbon 2009 taste like?

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Whisky or Whiskey? The spelling differs geographically. In Scotland and some other parts of the world distilleries usually spell it Whisky; in Ireland and USA they spell it Whiskey.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Dark mahogany

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Rough leather, orange marmalade, whole vanilla bean

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Incredibly rich and almost thick with roasted dates and figs and exotic fruits cooked on a grill

Dark fruit and steel-cut oats with hot charred wood
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