Medley Brothers Bourbon
Youthful grain with aromas of caramel and butterscotch. Momentary sweet grain on the front palate with hints of caramel and vanilla. Oak rising in the mid-palate adds complexity and balance.
Charles W. Medley, president of his namesake distillery in Owensboro, Kentucky, is a seventh generation distiller. His family's roots run back to the birth of Kentucky bourbon; while Reverend Elijah Craig is usually credited with producing the first bourbon whiskey at his mill in Lebanon in 1789, Medley's ancestors were distilling whiskey at the same time in the adjacent county in Kentucky.