Angels Envy Bourbon 750ml
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Angel's Envy is an artisan bourbon inspired by Lincoln Henderson's lifetime spent perfecting his craft and creating fine spirits. There may just be a spark of divine vision mixed in as well. Recognized by Malt Advocate, The Bourbon Review and Maxim as one of the top spirits released in 2010, Angel's Envy is positioned as the world's premier super-premium bourbon brand.
Beyond all the press, Angel's Envy is Lincoln Henderson's passion - a career culmination in two fingers of the finest bourbon you've ever tasted. To call Angel's Envy \"small batch\" is an understatement.
Our bourbon starts with the native Kentucky climate and soil in which our corn and rye are grown, and a pristine limestone watershed rich in calcium and magnesium. These local ingredients are distilled and aged for four to six years in American white oak barrels. Because we want to create a genuinely unique spirit, we age it for three to six additional months in hand-selected port casks to create an exceptionally smooth and nuanced bourbon.
Some people might say Lincoln Henderson has a problem when they hear that he personally samples every batch of Angel's Envy. We agree - he's a raging perfectionist. Through every step of the process, he personally judges each batch's readiness. We hope you'll be able to overlook his condition.
Mr. Henderson describes his masterwork as \"a warm spirit, lacking any hint of edginess, with ephemeral hints of port wine and a rich amber hue.\" He explains, \"My goal with Angel's Envy is to produce a bourbon of exceptional character. Even with economic fluctuations, consumers want the opportunity to treat themselves to special indulgences, and I have created an affordable luxury that can be savored.\" Lincoln Henderson sought to create the best-tasting bourbon on the planet. In our humble opinion, he succeeded.
\"Bourbon\" Whiskey is a whiskey made predominately in Kentucky and must have more than 51% malted corn with malted barley to be distinguished as Boubon. There are two distinctive styles of Bourbon made; sweet and sour mash. Sweet mash is fermented over a couple of days while sour mash is fermented longer to eliminate sugar in the grain.