After initially tasting Sonoma County's West Of Kentucky Bourbon and meeting Adam the owner and founder, we decided to try the rest of their range, their 2nd Chance Wheat stood out to me, its got a very distinctive taste and quite savory.
Giving the barrels a ‘second chance’ to age whiskey, Sonoma County Distillery's 2nd Chance Wheat Whiskey is matured in used rye and bourbon barrels, further enhancing the toasty vanilla notes found in the American oak. This decelerated environment for aging allows the pliable wheat to remain vibrant, distinctive and showcases an ever-evolving style for this whiskey. Dubbed “the bartender’s choice”, it drinks beautifully neat and sings in a classic Whiskey Sour.
Notes of freshly baked bread, citrus, vanilla bean, ginger and golden raisins. On the palate, butterscotch, light brine, toffee and orange curd. The finish is viscous and rich, but not sweet. The mouth fills out with a creamy grain quality.
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