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We scored a deliciously bold single-barrel cask-strength Bourbon from Heaven's Door just for you.
In 2018 Bob Dylan registered the trademark for "Bootleg Whiskey", setting in motion a series of events that would lead him to collaborate with Master Blender Ryan Perry and Marc Bushala. The first is an experienced Spirit-crafter who cut his teeth on new & used cask programs for various Spirits under some of the largest producers, the second the entrepreneur behind Angel's Envy Bourbon. In early 2018 they cut a deal to craft a line of Bourbons in collaboration with the famous poet, troubadour, folk-rock music hero, and Nobel Prize winner. This is how the "Heaven’s Door" line of premium Spirits came to be. And unlike many-many other so-called "celebrity brands" that are all marketing hype, it has won over 40 medals along with a bunch of other accolades — presented in stunning artistic bottles.
Then there's their Single Barrel Straight Bourbon Whiskey where cool guys such as Uncle Flaviar get to pick out a barrel of their finest cask-strength juice. As you can imagine, it's a special and limited-edition affair. The Whiskey was distilled in 2015 and bottled in 2021 without chill-filtration, meaning it's a deliciously bold 111.5-proof 6-year-old Spirit. They managed to squeeze just 29 cases from cask no. 226. You know the drill — once this one-of-a-kind Whiskey is gone, it's gone for good.
Appearance / Color
Nose / Aroma / Smell
The nose has enticing aromas of hazelnut, allspice, and coriander.
Flavor / Taste / Palate
You'll find a fruity sweetness on the palate with dried fruit, caramel, vanilla, and light rye spice.
The long finish is satisfyingly spicy, oaky, and warm.
The Flavor Spiral™ shows the most common flavors that you'll taste in Heaven's Door Cask Strength Single Barrel 2021 Flaviar Member Select and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.
We invented Flavor Spiral™ here at Flaviar to get all your senses involved in tasting drinks and, frankly, because we think that classic tasting notes are boring.