Boot Hill White Whiskey is the brash younger brother of Boot Hill Bourbon. The distillery takes their heavy-wheat bourbon mash bill, lets it rest one week in charred American White Oak barrels, and then head straight into the bottle. Bold, unapologetic, and uncompromising. You’ll find notes of vanilla, oak, and freshly baked bread in this defiantly young Kansas whiskey.
NOSE: Strong grain and heavy sweetness. Pronounced corn with hints of black pepper and freshly baked bread.
NEAT: Vanilla, quickly followed by black pepper and oak. Rich, long-lasting flavors of yeast and brown sugar on the back.
ON THE ROCKS: Forward oak flavors. Grain flavors become more pronounced and there’s an easily identifiable sweetness. Finishes with distinctive wheat notes.