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The Boone County Distilling Company is a distillery that was originally created in Petersburg, Kentucky, in 1833, but was re-established in Independence, Kentucky, in 2015. The original distillery was a steam mill bought by William Sydner and his brother, shortly after purchase it became the Petersburg Distillery.
Boone County barrels have a dark, sweet, often earthy aroma. The flavor is full of caramel, vanilla, hints of orange zest, and oak, and often contains the unique presence of cooking spice and dark fruit.
Mash Bill – 75% corn 21% rye 4% malted barley, 53.5% ABV 107 Proof
Rich dark glossy amber with golden highlights and sparkle
Reminiscent of sweet aged oak/toffee/vanilla/hint of orange zest
Caramel/dried apricot/sweet aged oak/toffee/butterscotch/rye spice
Sweet aged oak with vanilla, a hint of bing cherry and a rye spice finish
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