The creators of this Kentucky classic distill and age their famous liquor in small batches to adhere to the time-honoured style of bourbon making. They also boast that it is the limestone-filtered water that provides the foundation for its character, while ageing it in charred American oak barrels gives it that authentic bourbon smokiness. Professional tasters note Bulleit's unusually high rye content which gives it a bold and spicy character. Bulleit claims its origins in the 1830s when a tavern keeper from Louisville Kentucky, named Augustus Bulleit, decided he wanted to create a unique bourbon all of his own. After a series of trials, errors and near-successes he finally found what he was looking for. Augustus later vanished in mysterious circumstances and his bourbon went out of production. But in 1987 his great-great grandson Tom Bulleit revived it using the original recipe and methods.
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