Redemption Bourbon


    Sourced from Midwest Grain Products or MGP in Indiana, Redemption Straight Bourbon breaks from the label’s tradition of rye whiskey and high-rye bourbon.  The mash bill consists of 75% corn, 21% rye, and 4% malted barley (as opposed to 60% corn and 36% rye in their standard bottling).

    The whiskey is aged for at least two years in new, charred American oak and bottled at 84 proof.  Vanilla and caramel notes from the wood dominate most descriptions of this product with the rye adding spice.  The high amount of corn provides a classic sweet taste.  Redemption Bourbon offers the classic flavors of the highest quality bourbons, representing a true reflection of America’s Native Spirit at a reasonable price.

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