The distinctive bottle features a design inspired by Dylan's ironmaking hobby.
Upfront, you get a distinct smoky note, the middle brings up citrusy fruits and a touch of orange zest.
While the name is thought to be inspired by a former county in Kentucky, historian Michael Veach told that the spirit could have been named after the New Orleans entertainment district where it was popular.
This will allow you to try many types of bourbon for less money.
As it is aged in small barrels, there is also more contact between the spirit and the barrel surface.
This award-winning American bourbon is made in collaboration with Bob Dylan.
Declaring the overall winner would be an almost impossible task.
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