Blood Oath Pact 3 Bourbon (750ml / 49.3% / 98.6 proof)
Blood Oath Pact 3 Bourbon (750ml / 49.3% / 98.6 proof)

Blood Oath Pact 3 Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (750ml / 49.3%)

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ONLY 1 AVAILABLE.FREE POST Australia Wide.750ml / 49.3% ABV (98.6 proof)Region: Kentucky, USABottler: LuxcoMashbill: At least 51% corn + rye + malted barleyCask: New Charred Oak and Cabernet SauvignonAge: 7 years (12...



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750ml / 49.3% ABV (98.6 proof)

Region: Kentucky, USA

Bottler: Luxco
Mashbill: At least 51% corn + rye + malted barley
Cask: New Charred Oak and Cabernet Sauvignon
Age: 7 years (12 years + 7 year + 7 Year finished in Cab)

Non-Chill Filtered / Natural Color

Blood Oath Pact 3 is a blend of different bourbons like Blood Oath Pact 1 and Blood Oath Pact 2 though with two major differences. First there is no wheated (rebel yell) bourbon to be found in the Blood Oath Pact 3; all three bourbons use rye as their secondary grain making this a more unique blend than previous releases. Secondly is the use of the Cabernet barrels.

From the Producer (Luxco):

“A masterful union of well-bred bourbons. Taking the lead is a far-from-shy, sharp and floral rye, finished in Cabernet Sauvignon barrels for a dry, blackberry and espresso complexity. This, coupled with a well-seasoned, rye bourbon, rich with fragrant vanilla, toasted caramel, oranges and oak. Be grateful for this fateful affair between Kentucky and California.”

Tasting Notes

Nose: Oak, dried cherry heavy dark fruit, butterscotch, cinnamon, roasted nuts and a light bit of vanilla and a floral-vegetal note.

Palate: Caramel, oak, prune dark fruit, roasted nuts, cinnamon and nutmeg heavy baking spice, vanilla taffy and a bit of butterscotch and peanut butter pop in right before it drops into the finish.

Finish: Long wavy layers of butterscotch, oak, dark fruit and spice.

Overall: Good sense of balance, full body and an oily delivery. Blood Oath Pact 3 is good. The aroma is thick and oaky with a a nice sweet support structure and the palate flips it a bit coming in sweet at first but then turns oaky and rustic before heading back to sweet as it rolls into the finish. I don’t get any of the wine notes even after adding water, but as a bourbon it’s a solid tasty thing with a decent sense of oak driven age to it.

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