Calumet Farm Bourbon Whiskey
In 1924, William Monroe Wright, a successful entrepreneur and owner of Calumet Baking Powder Company, established a farm on the rolling hills of Lexington, Kentucky. The horses that were raised on Wright's farm would go on to win eight Kentucky derbies, along with two triple crowns.
Calumet Farm Bourbon Whiskey pays homage to Wright's beautiful farm and his tradition of breeding winners. The bourbon is made from a traditional mashbill of corn, rye and malted barley that are distilled before being aged in virgin, American oak casks. As a result, the bourbon has an aroma of caramel, baking spices and oak that gives way to notes of butterscotch, vanilla, toffee and brown sugar on the palate. The finish is full and warming, with hints of chili peppers and nutmeg.
Aroma of caramel, baking spices and oak. Notes of butterscotch, vanilla, toffee and brown sugar on the palate. Finish is full and warming, with hints of chili peppers and nutmeg.