Boone County Eighteen 33 10 Year Straight Bourbon Whiskey
The first thing you notice is the rich amber color, glowing soft as warm caramel drizzled on an autumn apple. The way bourbon used to look when distillers paid attention to their craft. Next you’re met with a welcoming aroma, which our patrons have described as reminiscent of aged oak, vanilla, and caramel. Take your first sip and you’ll enjoy notes of sweet oak, vanilla, caramel and a hint of apricot.
In 1833 in Kentucky's Boone County, a region of proud limestone hills that gradually fell to their knees at the banks of the Ohio River, a man named William Snyder made a decision that would impact the region 182 years. He decided to buy a flour mill. And within three years he has begun operating a distillery in conjunction with the mill. Soon, his whiskey business was one of the largest in the nation, and far exceeds his profit in flour.