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The name Old Grand-Dad refers to 18th Century whiskey distiller Basil Hayden. Around 1840 his grandson, Raymond B. Hayden took over the family operation and soon introduced Old Grand-Dad bourbon. Since 1987 the brand has been owned and produced by Jim Beam Distilleries apparently using the original 19th Century mashbill with pretty high rye content (60% corn, 30% rye and 10% malted barley). The label features a bust of Basil Hayden, the man often called by his friends ‘old grand-dad’. While the standard Old Grand-Dad bourbon is bottled at 40% abv here we have a pretty rare expression with alcohol content elevated to 57%.
Nose: pretty powerful, wild flowers, vanilla, honey, cinnamon, cloves, pepper, hints of orange peel, tobacco and leather.
Palate: lots of pepper and oak, vanilla, raisins, cloves, touch of cinnamon, cranberries and subtle leathery notes.
Finish: long and spicy, with notes of cinnamon, pepper and oak.