Saint Cloud 7yr Single Barrel Bourbon

Saint Cloud 7yr Single Barrel Bourbon

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Saint Cloud believes that their Kentucky Straight Bourbon is truly unique. The whiskey inside of this bottle has been matured for a minimum of 7 years in new charred white oak barrels. Saint Cloud's focus is to present the highest quality experience to the true whiskey connoisseur, without compromise or limitation. This bourbon is a culmination of years of effort, planning and execution with one goal in mind - your enjoyment.

Blended from corn, rye and malted barley. Aged in charred white oak barrels for at least 7 years.

Saint Cloud believes in allowing each barrel to express its own individuality. To that point, the hallmarks of their bourbons aren’t confined to tasting notes, but rather high levels of quality and refinement. The bourbons that wear the Saint Cloud label are produced on a micro- scale. Barrels will hold the equivalent of between 110 and 200 bottles, depending on a multitude of factors which include (but are by no means limited to) age; location of storage; weather influences; and humidity.

Saint Cloud is a Kentucky Straight Bourbon, Crafted by Ray Walker using his unique perspective and vision from making Grand Cru wines in Burgundy, France. Ray excelled in making wines of character. His signature was blending hard work, tradition and an unrelenting pursuit of beauty through simplicity.

His focus is to bring a unique vision to the Kentucky Bourbon landscape, based on exceptional quality. Saint Cloud is a labor of love, created to bridge the connection to Ray’s family which dates back in Kentucky since the start of the nineteenth-century.

While in France, Ray made appearances on Anthony Bourdain’s, “No Reservations”, as well as in publications such as the New York Times; Bloomberg; BusinessWeek; USA Today; LA Times; The Economist; New York Journal of Books and many more. He also wrote the LA Times Bestselling autobiography, “The Road to Burgundy” detailing his move from a career in finance in California to making critically acclaimed Grand Cru wines in the famed region of Burgundy, France.