Redwood Empire "Lost Monarch" Bourbon Whiskey (Sonoma County, CA) [WA 90]

Redwood Empire "Lost Monarch" Bourbon Whiskey
(Sonoma County, CA) [WA 90]

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About the Whiskey:
Named for the 14th tallest tree on the planet, Pipe Dream is our first Bourbon whiskey. Pipe Dream Bourbon is made from a high corn mash-bill and blended from barrels aged between four and twelve years. Smooth and complex, it is a true sipping whiskey.

Color: Deep Golden Hue
Nose: Powerful nose with sweet maple, vanilla, and a hint of honey.
Palate: Rich, deep and complex with roasted pecan, vanilla, and lingering char and woody notes. Smooth with a hint of black pepper on the finish.
Mash Bill: 75% Corn, 21% Raw Rye, 4% Malt Barley
Age: 4 - 12 year old barrels


Double Gold - SF World Spirits Competition 2022

90 Points - Whisky Advocate

"A blend of 3 to 5 year old straight rye and 4 to 12 year old straight bourbon. Although the nose is a bit reticent, once it opens up, what is revealed is pure delight: orange blossom, iced tea, dark berries, lemon oil, pine, cinnamon, nutmeg, and leather. Fruit and spice enjoy a dynamic interplay on the palate, with orange, cherry, blueberry, and grape, shot through with cedar, cinnamon, and sturdy oak. The medium-length finish is supple and pretty: dark chocolate, toasted pecans, and well-integrated oak."

"Tropical fruit takes the lead on the nose, with pineapple juice and banana, plus fresh peach slices, ripe red berries, and a sprinkle of cinnamon wafting from the glass. The palate is smooth and lightweight, but it packs a punch thanks to a hot hit of cinnamon spice and Big Red gum, and a crack of black pepper. Cinnamon-raisin bread, Raisinets, and more red berries sweeten the journey. The finish is rich, resplendent with dark chocolate-covered raisins and baking chocolate." - Whisky Advocate Summer 2023

Gold Medal - Las Vegas Global Spirit Awards, '19
Double Gold - San Diego Spirits Festival, '19
Best New Bourbons - Forbes, '19