Kentucky Whiskey | Bourbon Whiskey
Knob Creek 2001 Limited Edition Small Batch Bourbon Whiskey commemorates a significant year for Knob Creek, as late in 2001, the tradition and responsibility of stewarding Knob Creek Bourbon was passed from Booker to Fred — from father to son. This release, made from barrels that Booker laid down in 2001, was finished by Fred Noe in honor of all he learned from his father and stays true to the pre-prohibition standards that Booker sought to restore when he introduced Knob Creek Bourbon. Bottled at 100 proof and aged for 14 years, longer than any other Knob Creek release to date, this bourbon has an even more significant, fuller flavor than what Knob Creek fans have come to love. Knob Creek 2001 Limited Edition Small Batch Bourbon Whiskey has a nose of sweet flavors like vanilla, honey, and caramel predominate upfront. Vanilla and honey also predominate on the palate, but again, they're well-balanced by more ripe fruit and some warm baking spice. Toasted oak is a little more noticeable on the palate, along with a just a hint of something savory and salty, almost like parmesan cheese. The texture is smooth but mouth-coating, and wood lingers on the long finish. The Knob Creek Limited Edition range will be released in three limited batches, each accentuating distinct notes of the 14-year-old liquid. Each bottle is hand-numbered and presented in hand crafted and commemorative timber box. Enjoy!