Very Olde St. Nick 17 Year Old Cask Strength
Very Olde St Nick was a bourbon brand designed for the Japanese export market.
The original bottlings of Very Olde St Nick were produced by Julien Van Winkle III in Lawrenceburg, using whiskey procured from Heaven Hill distillery. When his stock ran out, the brand was purchased by Kentucky Bourbon Distillers who began to bottle it at Willett distillery. Although the supply for for these newer releases has never been confirmed as continuing to be Heaven Hill stock, it is where most of KBD barrels were procured from, and Van Winkle himself has strongly hinted at the continued connection.
This Very Very Olde and Rare 17 year old was bottled at a cask strength of 116.2 US proof.
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