Kentucky Owl Confiscated Straight Bourbon Whiskey 750ml


In the heart of the Kentucky Bourbon Trails is a state-of-the-art distillery that produces small batch Whiskey and loves owls. It was founded in 1879 by a local pharmacist, Charles M. Dedman, who received a huge lot by the Kentucky River by his father-in-law as a wedding gift. He started making fine Whiskey and life was good. Well, until the Prohibition started, and the Feds confiscated 250 thousand gallons of maturing hooch, worth $40 million in today’s money. Then, to make things worse, a mysterious fire destroyed what was left. Suspect No. 1 was Al Capone, but whatchagonnado? In any case, Dedman’s Whiskey was lost and forgotten until his great-great-grandson Dixon decided it’s high time Kentucky Owl returns.
 
More than century after Los Federales took Grampa Dedman’s Whiskey, a bottled homage is released – Confiscated Bourbon. 96.4 Proof, citrusy and fruity, it honors the legacy, resilience and old school Spirit makers. Oh, and darns those Feds. We think this intriguing sipper would make Papa Chuck really

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In the heart of the Kentucky Bourbon Trails is a state-of-the-art distillery that produces small batch Whiskey and loves owls. It was founded in 1879 by a local pharmacist, Charles M. Dedman, who received a huge lot by the Kentucky River by his father-in-law as a wedding gift. He started making fine Whiskey and life was good. Well, until the Prohibition started, and the Feds confiscated 250 thousand gallons of maturing hooch, worth $40 million in today’s money. Then, to make things worse, a mysterious fire destroyed what was left. Suspect No. 1 was Al Capone, but whatchagonnado? In any case, Dedman’s Whiskey was lost and forgotten until his great-great-grandson Dixon decided it’s high time Kentucky Owl returns.
 
More than century after Los Federales took Grampa Dedman’s Whiskey, a bottled homage is released – Confiscated Bourbon. 96.4 Proof, citrusy and fruity, it honors the legacy, resilience and old school Spirit makers. Oh, and darns those Feds. We think this intriguing sipper would make Papa Chuck really

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