Blanton's Green Label begins its elaboration with the finest corn from Kentucky and Indiana, with selected rye and top barley ground following standards. When the corn and water reach the correct temperature it is time to add the rye and the malted barley, which breaks down the starch into sugars.
When the dough has cooled, the yeast is added, at that time the Bourbon whisky has a natural fermentation lasting between 3 and 5 days. This mixture will be called beer and will pass by two stills, the liquid obtained is passed to barrels of Virgin White oak charred where it rests in old warehouses until the master distiller decides when to take the Blanton's out of the warehouse.
Once the barrels have been selected by the master distiller, bottling and packaging will be produced. This process is characterized because it is done by hand in its entirety; Filling of the bottle, sealing (Plug and wax), labelling, enumeration and putting in boxes.
Each bottle of Blantons has its number, packing date and store number where it rested.
Blanton's Green Label Tasting Note
Blanton's Green Label is a soft caramel color. Dried citrus, raisins, soft vanilla, spices. Sweet with citrus, marked by soft vanilla, and honey. Brittle finish with hints of spices and a pinch of apple with cinnamon.