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James E. Pepper, grandson of Elijah Pepper who in 1812 built a distillery in Woodford County known today as Woodford Reserve, was one of Kentucky’s first bourbon aristocrats. James E. Pepper died in 1908 and the family sold the distillery but Pepper bourbon was produced until 1958. The brand was re-launched in 2008 by the Georgetown Trading Company, which sourced whiskey from Lawrenceburg Distillery of Indiana, currently MGP. James E. Pepper 1776 Straight Bourbon Whisky is made from mash of approximately 62% corn and malted barley and 38% rye and aged in charred white American oak barrels. The 7 years old expression was released in March, 2015.
Nose: pleasantly spicy, cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, pepper, hints of vanilla and toffee, milk chocolate, oak and delicate herbal notes.
Palate: rather strong rye notes, caramel, honey, vanilla, breakfast cereals, orange peel, touches of cloves and pepper and delicate oaky bitterness.
Finish: medium long with notes of rye bread, pepper, caramel and oak.