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This Kentucky bourbon is famous for its yellow label featuring a rose, and is made at the eponymous distillery. A fine introduction to the world of bourbon.
8/10 by Whisky Magazine’s expert, Dave Broom: “Well-balanced, sophisticated.” Golden colour; the nose initially reveals ethereal, synthetic aromas that evoke varnish. It improves upon aeration, and develops a cereal softness (maize) with liquorice, vanilla and lime blossom. The light palate confirms the nose with flurries of caramel and an abrupt, vanilla finish. Silver Medal, San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2011
Four Roses, the emblematic brand for bourbon, was first trademarked in 1888. Produced at the Frankfort Distilling Co distillery, Four Roses was bought in 1943 by the Seagram group. As popular in Japan and Europe as it is in the United States, the Seagram group decided to release a “blended” version for the American market and concentrate on Europe and Japan for the Straight Bourbon. At the end of 2001, Diageo, now the owner of the brand, sold it on to the Japanese group Kirin, its Japanese distributor.
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