Black Maple Hill - 18 Year Old (Premium Single Barrel Bourbon) 75cl
Black Maple Hill - 18 Year Old (Premium Single Barrel Bourbon) 75cl

Black Maple Hill

18 Year Old (Premium Single Barrel Bourbon) 75cl

£4,250.00
75cl / 47.5%

An 18 Year Old single barrel straight bourbon from Black Maple Hill who are ownded by CVI Brands.

This whiskey was hand bottled from select charred white oak cask #R77.

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RegionUSA

Distillery StatusOperational

Size75cl

Delivery Weight2.0 kg

Strength47.5%

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY / BOTTLER


CVI Brands are an Importer and Distributor based in California in the USA. They own a wide vairety of different spirits including Black Maple Hill. As there is no Black Maple Hill distillery the whisky is contract distilled. This was initally produced by Julian Van Winkle in 2000, and then Kentucky Bourbon Distillers.

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