TX Whiskey releases its “Sixth Experimental” batch of bourbon. Aged for two years in Cabernet barrels, the experimental series was finished in Kenwood Vineyards Yoakim Cabernet Barrels.
The bourbon features a line of inventive whiskeys, including an Experimental Rye, a High Rye Texas Straight Bourbon, and a Blended Straight Bourbon and Bourbon Finished in Rum and Cognac Barrels.
“This experimental release comes from wine that has been aged in French and American Oak barrels for 24 months, allowing the cabernet to remain locked in the oak and seal its terrific flavors,” says head distiller Evan Brewer. “The barrels were filled with our TX Bourbon and moved to our ‘rickhouses’ here in Texas to pick up the decadent flavors you will find on the nose and palate.”
To commemorate this new offering, TX Whiskey is hosting a celebration at the brand’s home, located at 2601 Whiskey Ranch Road, on Saturday, September 16, with a special VIP entry starting at 12 p.m. with general admission beginning at 1 p.m. Attendees will have the opportunity to “Meet the Maker” with a special tasting and bottle signing in the Oak Room including early access to purchase the newest expression.
1,500 bottles of TX Experimental Series TX Straight Rye Whiskey Bottled in Bond will be available for a suggested retail price of $39.99. The limited release will only be available in 375ml bottles and limited to two per customer in a 30-day period at their Whiskey Ranch location in Fort Worth.
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