Tasting Notes

 
 

WhiskeyConsensus.com - “Well here is a beautiful bottle that came out of nowhere and took Instagram by storm earlier this year.  Saint Cloud Kentucky Bourbon was started by Ray Walker and is contract distilled by an undisclosed Kentucky distillery. It’s then aged in white oak from the Limousine Forest in France.   Batch 1 was distilled in the Spring of 2016 and bottled in March of 2019 at the cask strength of 120.8 Proof. Retail price of $100 and a bottle count of 3000.” Read More…

Fred Minnick’s Curation Desk - Fred Minnick tasting Saint Cloud Kentucky Bourbon - Batch One -  WATCH HERE

Fred Minnick’s Curation Desk - Fred Minnick tasting Saint Cloud Kentucky Bourbon - Batch One - WATCH HERE

BreakingBourbon.com  - “Saint Cloud Kentucky Bourbon doesn’t look like a typical bourbon. Adorned in upscale packaging with a small, understated side label and rounded shoulders offset by a copper medallion and heavy copper stopper, it feels different. Like seeing a European sports car amid a range of more familiar pickup trucks, muscle cars, and the like. Rolling the bourbon around in the bottle I can see a healthy amount of sediment - a pleasing attribute as it typically means the bourbon has been minimally filtered. I later learned it was not filtered at all.”  READ MORE

BreakingBourbon.com - “Saint Cloud Kentucky Bourbon doesn’t look like a typical bourbon. Adorned in upscale packaging with a small, understated side label and rounded shoulders offset by a copper medallion and heavy copper stopper, it feels different. Like seeing a European sports car amid a range of more familiar pickup trucks, muscle cars, and the like. Rolling the bourbon around in the bottle I can see a healthy amount of sediment - a pleasing attribute as it typically means the bourbon has been minimally filtered. I later learned it was not filtered at all.” READ MORE