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True or not, Fitzgerald’s tale continues to inspire Larceny bourbon. Old Fitzgerald was owned by a famous name in whiskey. As the story goes, Fitzgerald initially built a Kentucky distillery in the 1870s, becoming a legend in the whiskey world.How old is larceny Kentucky straight bourbon barrel?
Larceny Kentucky Straight Bourbon has its origins in the history of John E. Fitzgerald and the Old Fitzgerald brand. Our Master Distillers select a limited number of barrels from specific floor locations in the rickhouse for Larceny’s six-year-old taste profile.What kind of whiskey is larceny small batch?
The use of winter wheat replaces the spicier, fruitier flavor notes that rye provides with a softer, rounder character that is the hallmark of Old Fitzgerald and other “wheated” Bourbons.” Larceny Small Batch bourbon is Heaven Hill’s wheated bourbon, competing with other “budget” wheaters such as Maker’s Mark and Weller Special Reserve.What kind of grain is used in larceny Bourbon?
In fact, it is the somewhat controversial history of John E. Fitzgerald and his eponymous Bourbon brand that provides the story, and name, to Larceny Bourbon. Larceny Bourbon continues the Old Fitzgerald tradition of using wheat in place of rye as the third or “small” grain in the whiskey’s grain recipe, or mashbill as it is commonly known.