B7.3 Penne pasta arrabbiata


Welcome back, America! About six Outturns ago, Andrew remarked on how we have some amazing American whiskies coming through. Well, that pipeline is starting to gush, kicking off with a newcomer distillery to the Society coding system, B7! Unlike all the other B codes we’ve bottled from before which are all mostly indie and tiny distilleries in the USA, B7 is a Goliath. They do A LOT of whiskey, and we’re super excited to finally get the .3 after the first 2 casks were swallowed whole by the USA membership, which is fair…Expect notes of roasted chestnuts, maple, and Portuguese custard tarts. Welcome Distillery B7!

How about being served sitting on a polished mahogany antique table a roasted chestnut, caramelised onions and Stilton pizza garnished with fresh thyme. A lovely texture neat with a perfect balance of sweet, herbal and spicy flavours as we stayed with the Italian cuisine and had a penne pasta arrabbiata. Diluted we enjoyed an Indian summer’s day as we imagined walking through a rickhouse to end up sitting under a maple tree with its amazing array of coloured leaves to eat pastel de Nata, Portuguese custard tarts. The mash bill for this bourbon consists of 75% corn, 21% rye and 4% malted barley, matured in a #4 char new oak barrel with #2 char heads.

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