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Kooper Family Single Barrel Bourbon

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Classification: Bourbon

Company: Kooper Family Whiskey Company

Distillery: Undisclosed distillery in Indiana

Release Date: Ongoing

Proof: 92

Age: NAS (Website states 4-5 years old)

Mashbill: 75% Corn, 21% Rye, 4% Malt

Color: Light Mahogany

MSRP: $47 (2021)

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NOSE

Vanilla | Rye spice | Peppercorn | New oak | Caramelized sugar | Light & well balanced

palate

Sweet vanilla | Caramel | Fresh yellow cake | Light floral notes | Rye grain | Dry oak | Noticeably sweet, yet grounded by the oak

finish

Oak | Sweet vanilla | Light rye spice | Short and to the point

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Kooper Family Whiskey Company is based out of Texas, however their single barrel product is distilled in Indiana. While there are a slew of Indiana sourced bourbons on the market, Kooper Family Whiskey Company tried to distinguish their Single Barrel Bourbon from the rest by aging the barrels in Texas. This allows the bourbon to experience the hot Texas summers and mild winters. The end result is a bourbon that’s full of sweet flavors that crescendo in the palate. It won’t easily stand out in a crowded room, however the bourbon is an easy sipper and one that is hard to find fault with. While this is a single barrel bourbon, the company doesn’t denote any identifying information indicating which barrel it comes from on the packaging, which can make things difficult when you run into a bottle you love and want to try to buy another from the same barrel.

The sample used for this review was provided to us at no cost courtesy its respective company. We thank them for allowing us to review it with no strings attached.
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Written By: Jordan

March 3, 2021
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