Dry Fly Washington Bourbon 101
Dry Fly Washington Bourbon 101 is made from a mash of 60% corn, 20% wheat and 20% barley. "All the ingredients for our bourbon were sourced locally from Washington," says Poffenroth. After mashing and fermenting the grains, Poffenroth and Fleischmann distill the wash through their twin Christian Carl copper-pot stills before maturing the bourbon in new, charred American oak casks. "Our bourbon has aged in full-sized, 53-gallon casks for three years," says Fleischmann.
The bourbon has a slightly spicy nose with notes of cinnamon, vanilla and oak. The entry has notes of caramel and toffee, that are balanced by notes of clove and allspice mid-palate. The finish is long and slightly sweet.
Dry Fly Washington Bourbon earned the Gold Medal at the World Spirits Awards in 2014. In addition, it earned the Double Gold Medal at the San Diego International Spirits Competition, where it was named "Best in Show."
Slightly spicy aroma with notes of cinnamon, vanilla and oak. Entry has notes of caramel and toffee, that are balanced by notes of clove and allspice mid-palate. Finish is long and slightly sweet.