“Volume 1” of the Bootleg Series comes in hand-made ceramic bottles featuring Dylan’s painting, Train Tracks, and is housed in an individually numbered, collectible leather journal.
Aged in Mizunara Oak barrels, the latest Heaven’s Door is bottled at a decidedly stiff 111.5 proof. The brand says that the low rye content of the mashbill allows for the signature flavors from the Mizunara Oak barrels to shine through, with an enjoyably smooth, long finish.
“The unusually long maturity of the whisky is balanced with the acquired notes of coconut, coriander and a native incense of Dīngxiāng (clove)” said Ryan Perry, Master Blender, Heaven’s Door, in a statement. “The Mizunara Oak offers an exotic taste and lingering finish found in some of the best Japanese whiskies. We’ve
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