The gentleman among the Bourbons.
Before the Civil War started, the term "bib and tucker" used to mean the most lavish attire a gentleman possessed. You know, the one you wear for a wedding or a funeral. And the Bourbon carrying that phrase is nothing less than a specialty that every exquisite person should own: a handcrafted Bourbon made from precious grains (corn, rye and malted barley), distilled twice and matured in No.1 charred American white oak barrels.
Those barrels were carefully chosen, and each bottle is hand-labeled, while every barrel offers a unique and slightly different version of the Bourbon. It's an interesting Spirit with curious elements that make it stand out in the crowd. 35 Maple Street Spirits made an intriguing Bourbon that rewards immediately. Walking a thin line between refined and rough, Bib & Tucker is a promising Spirit that starts with interesting flavors, gradually building in spice. It's a delicate beast that reveals its secrets in episodes, building up the crescendo and fading out in a smoky caramel mist.