The second expression from the Kentucky Series is Hardin’s Creek Frankfort, aged on the Frankfort campus and bottled at 204 months. The creek bed at the Frankfort campus covers the storied rack houses in a blanket of humidity, making everything age more slowly. Liquid ages at its own pace with little ventilation and a lot of time.
Hardin’s Creek Frankfort is best enjoyed neat or served over a large ice cube in a lowball glass where its complex flavors can be appreciated with each sip.
TASTING NOTES Color: Deep-burnished amber Nose: Delicate oak wood with hints of campfire and cigar box Palate: Concentrated sweet caramel and raisin with gentle floral tobacco Finish: Sweet oak and aged wood tones