McLain & Kyne, known for their quintessential “Very Small Batch” bourbons, represents the quality and integrity only found in handcrafted products. Utilizing indigenous grains – corn, malted barley and rye – as well as the renowned clean, crisp limestone water of Kentucky – bourbon is the true spirit of America. Trey Zoeller, founder of McLain & Kyne, and his father, Chet, carry on the tradition of their ancestors, the McLains and the Kynes. Both the McLains and the Kynes have roots deep in the bourbon industry dating back to the late 18th and 19th centuries. Master distillers would pick the best barrels of whisky to be bottled separately and sold as a single barrel bottling. In making small batch bourbons, 200-300 barrels are picked to be mingled and then bottled. Borrowing the best from both worlds for their “Very Small Batch” bourbons, McLain & Kyne marries a mere 8-12 barrels of various ages to produce the best tasting bourbon possible, while ensuring the complexity and consistency you expect and deserve. Today, as in the past, the attention to detail results in such acclaimed products.
Jefferson’s Very Small Batch Bourbon is a hand blended marriage of a number of bourbons of different recipes and ages. Profiling younger than the Reserve, at 8-12 years of ageing, Jefferson’s still brings in large bourbon flavours to this exclusive offering. The flavours of vanilla, caramel and assorted fruits assure an incredibly smooth taste and finish.