Bob Dylan’s celebrated range of Heaven’s Door premium craft whiskeys are making their UK debut this week, to coincide with the singer’s first album release in eight years, Rough and Rowdy Ways.
First introduced in the US two years ago, and duly collecting more than 35 global awards en route, each bottle features co-creator Bob Dylan’s unique ironwork sculptures which were created at his art studio, Black Buffalo Ironworks.
First introduced in the US two years ago, the collection has won more than 35 global awards…
Tennessee Bourbon features a high-rye mashbill with a blend of “small grains” used to complement the character gleaned from ageing new American oak barrels.
By way of contrast, Straight Rye Whiskey is aged in new, charred American oak barrels, then finished in toasted oak cigar barrels which have been harvested and air-dried in the low-lying mountain region of Vosges, France.
Dylan’s Double Barrel Whiskey comprises a unique blend of three different whiskeys, aged for six years, then brought together in new American oak barrels for an additional year.