Widow Jane 10 Year Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey
2021 San Francisco World Spirits Competition Gold Medal Winner
Reviving the lost art of marrying the finest whiskeys, Widow Jane 10 year old is the signature bourbon. Hand assembled in Brooklyn using the richest, rarest straight bourbons, only ever in 5 barrel batches, non-chill filtered, proofed with their own mineral water from the legendary Rosendale Mines of NY, they deliver a whiskey unique in its intensity and complexity.
This well-aged bourbon has a nose that delivers vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg. Orange, maple, cherry and almond on the palate. The incredibly long-lasting finish is complete with charred oak and rounded spiciness.
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Look for concentrated caramel and vanilla aromas. The palate leads with alcohol punch, but adding water integrates toffee, espresso and spice, leading into a mild clove finish. This is a blend of straight Bourbons from Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana blended in Brooklyn.
Widow Jane's job is simple: To create whiskies that bring you an intensity of flavor, a variety, and a style that reflect the team's beloved home of New York.
The team distills every week in Red Hook using the finest non-GMO ingredients, including corn varietals such as Baby Jane that are very unique.
The team at Widow Jane also scours the country for the finest barrels of Bourbon and bring these to you with no chill filtration, at high proof and cut with unique Limestone water from the Rosendale mines of upstate New York.
This pure limestone filtered water has an unusually high mineral content that enhances the natural flavors in Widow Jane's spirits. These very same mines supplied the cement that built New York and America itself, and can be found in the Empire State Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the White House to name but three.
Come and see the team in Brooklyn, where you may find them distilling, proofing, experimenting with new mash bills, or endlessly discussing improving their whiskies.
Although Bourbon may be produced anywhere in the United States, it is most commonly associated with Bourbon County, Kentucky, where it has been produced since the late 18th century. Made from a mash bill containing at least 51% corn, the Bourbon Whiskey distillate must be aged in new, charred white oak barrels. Bourbon Whiskeys are bottled at eighty proof (40% abv) or higher and cannot contain any added color or flavor. A versatile spirit that can be sipped neat, with water or on the rocks, it also performs nicely added to cocktails like the Old Fashioned.