CASK STRENGTH

2021

After 10 years of perfecting our Cask Strength, we thought we should take a look back on our previous expressions. This bourbon, our 10th release, has tasting notes of toasted oak, vanilla, and leather. Read more to see how it has evolved over the past decade. 

CASK
STRENGTH

2021

After 10 years of perfecting our Cask Strength, we thought we should take a look back on our previous expressions. This bourbon, our 10th release, has tasting notes of toasted oak, vanilla, and leather. Read more to see how it has evolved over the past decade. 

2020

In 2020, we introduced our 9th edition of Angel’s Envy Cask Strength Finished in Port Wine Barrels. F. Paul Pacult described it as “A masterpiece that will live long in legend after the final bottle is poured.” This expression featured new unique tasting notes, such as salted chocolate and ripe cherry.
Our 2019 Cask Strength finished bourbon was a complex blend. Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, it featured sweeter tasting notes, such as peaches, cherries, and other stone fruits.

2019

2018

Our 7th edition launched a three year series of fruit forward tasting notes. See if you can taste raisins, peaches, and cherries when you get your hands on this bottle.
In 2017, our 6th release of Cask Strength was widely revered with F. Paul Facult giving it his highest recommendation in his book “The New Kindred Spirits”.

2017

2016

F. Paul Pacult said our 2016 cask strength “Finishes long and hot with toasted flavors.” This bourbon also had tasting notes of dried fig, with distinctive notes of our signature bourbon shining through.
We wanted our base bourbon to shine through in 2015. This led to a shorter finishing time that complemented the bourbon beneath it.

2015

2014

2014’s Cask Strength featured a lengthier maturation time in the port wine barrel. Our third edition had more distinct port tasting notes due to all the extra time in the barrel. Let us know if you can taste it!
In 2013, we released our second edition of our Cask Strength. These were bottled in 2012 and subsequently you’ll get more tasting notes of dried fruits.

2013

2012

While we knew we had something special on our hands with the 2012 Cask Strength Bourbon Finished in Port Barrels, we never expected to be awarded “Best Spirit in the World” by F. Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal. Only 600 bottles were released.

2020

In 2020, we introduced our 9th edition of Angel’s Envy Cask Strength Finished in Port Wine Barrels. F. Paul Pacult described it as “A masterpiece that will live long in legend after the final bottle is poured.” This expression featured new unique tasting notes, such as salted chocolate and ripe cherry.

2019

Our 2019 Cask Strength finished bourbon was a complex blend. Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, it featured sweeter tasting notes, such as peaches, cherries, and other stone fruits.

2018

Our 7th edition launched a three year series of fruit forward tasting notes. See if you can taste raisins, peaches, and cherries when you get your hands on this bottle.

2017

In 2017, our 6th release of Cask Strength was widely revered with F. Paul Facult giving it his highest recommendation in his book “The New Kindred Spirits”.

2016

F. Paul Pacult said our 2016 cask strength “Finishes long and hot with toasted flavors.” This bourbon also had tasting notes of dried fig, with distinctive notes of our signature bourbon shining through.

2015

We wanted our base bourbon to shine through in 2015. This led to a shorter finishing time that complemented the bourbon beneath it.

2014

2014’s Cask Strength featured a lengthier maturation time in the port wine barrel. Our third edition had more distinct port tasting notes due to all the extra time in the barrel. Let us know if you can taste it!

2013

In 2013, we released our second edition of our Cask Strength. These were bottled in 2012 and subsequently you’ll get more tasting notes of dried fruits.

2012

While we knew we had something special on our hands with the 2012 Cask Strength Bourbon Finished in Port Barrels, we never expected to be awarded “Best Spirit in the World” by F. Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal. Only 600 bottles were released.