What better way to mark 100 years since prohibition than by creating a world-class whiskey. So concluded Dixon Dedman, the master blender at Kentucky Owl, who has created an ultra-rare small-batch bourbon that tastes just as good as your 21st Amendment rights.
Dedman, who also happens to be the great-great-grandson of the founder of Kentucky Owl, spent four to five months perfecting the blend, which is suitably named Dry State. The 38-year-old Kentuckian hand-selected each high-quality barrel to create the tipple with only whiskey aged at least 12 years (and up to 17 years) being considered for the blend. Limited to just 2,000 bottles, Dry State is the distillery’s rarest and longest aged expression to date.
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