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The original Michter’s Distillery operated in Shaefferstown, Pennsylvania form 1753 to 1989 and produced straight rye and bourbon whiskeys. It was home of A.H. Hirsch Bourbon, now one of the most valuable American whiskey brands. Michter’s whiskey made a big return in the early 2000s, when Chatham Imports owned by Joe Magliocco acquired the brand and contracted Kentucky Bourbon Distillers to bottle it. In 2015 the newly built Michter’s Distillery started operation in Louisville’s Shively district. Michter’s US*1 Small Batch is a fairly young bourbon with typical for that kind of whiskey aromas and flavors. The company does not reveal any details regarding mashbill, age and source of the whiskey. Our bottle comes from the batch no. L15C309.
Nose: typical bourbon characteristics, vanilla, caramel, apricots, peaches, cinnamon, nutmeg and delicate oakiness.
Palate: pretty sweet, honey, vanilla, caramel, baked apples, hints of cinnamon and cloves, dash of pepper and toasted oak.
Finish: medium long, with notes of caramel, honey, cinnamon and touch of pepper.