A Solera is an aging system used to have the product gain in age each year. Ours is made up 8 distinct bourbons from 4 states. From Kentucky barrels put down in 2000, 2001, and 2004. From Indiana we use barrels put down in 2000. Then we use barrels of Tennessee bourbon put in cask in 2007. These are all traditional mash bills using dent corn and are from 60-75% corn with 5% barley and the remainder rye. To this we add 3 distinct Colorado bourbons created at Woody Creek Distillers. The first bourbon with a blend of dent corn, what and rye from Colorado and also a bourbon using sweet corn from the Olathe region also in Colorado. The final bourbon created in Colorado used Bloody Butcher corn grown in Connecticut..

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