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Hancock's Reserve

In 1775, the Leestown settlement was established along the banks of the Kentucky River by Willis and Hancock Lee. Soon this became a well-known shipping port for tobacco, hemp and whiskey. The Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey pays tribute to the pioneering spirit of Hancock Lee.

Tasting Notes:

This Single Barrel bourbon whiskey is deep amber in color. The nose is light and sweet with traces of mango and papaya. The body is full and the palate shows a nice balance of honey, clover, fruit and a dash of spice. The finish is long and warm.

Awards:

2000 Bronze Medal - International Spirits Challenge

1999 Bronze Medal - International Wine & Spirits Competition

1999 Seal of Approval - International Spirits Challenge

1998 Bronze Medal - International Spirits Challenge

1997 Trophy - International Spirits Challenge

1996 Gold Medal - International Spirits Challenge

1995 Second Place - Washingtonian Magazine's Tasting

Superb - Highly Recommended - F. Paul Pacult's Spirit Journal

Reviews:

Rating: 88
"A well crafted whiskey."
Wine Enthusiast Magazine

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