If you are looking to treat yourself right and are looking for a fantastic bourbon you should check out the latest from Orphan Barrel Whiskey. It is the Rhetoric 23-Year-Old Kentucky Straight

Bourbon Whiskey is the tenth release from the Orphan Barrel Whiskey Distilling Company and the fourth in the Rhetoric series of progressively aged whiskeys. Aged three years longer than the first release, it is slightly more mature and carries a higher proof. The whiskey will continue to be progressively aged and re-released annually at a year older, allowing whiskey aficionados to collect the series and compare the whiskeys side-by-side.

An intricate gold label features a hummingbird rising above chaos and confusion to find clarity and reason. The background, reminiscent of the oak barrels in which the whiskey aged, will grow deeper in color as Rhetoric is released each year.

Beginning with juicy dried fruit and just a hint of leather, Rhetoric 23-Year-Old tastes of rich, smooth coffee, dark chocolate, anise and cracked nuts. The finish is long with oak and a touch of smoke.

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