The Orphan Barrel Archive Collection showcases six variations of whiskeys drawn from a larger pool. Some of these variants have already appeared and disappeared in the market. The creator provides more details on each selection, and the packaging consists of a custom wooden crate with a front panel that opens and folds back, revealing the bottles. The interior of the crate is padded and imprinted with different Orphan Barrel icons.
Barterhouse: The first release from Orphan Barrel, Barterhouse is a Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey aged for 20 years. It offers elegant flavors reminiscent of warm spice, biscuit, and buttercream.
Old Blowhard: This limited-release offering preserves a select inventory of 26-year-old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, which was thought to be gone forever. It boasts exuberant flavors with hints of smoke, honey, and a gentle orange peel finish.
Lost Prophet: A long-standing favorite, Lost Prophet is a Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey aged for 22 years. It is renowned for its tasting notes of spice cake, vanilla, leather, and a smoky finish.
Rhetoric 21-Year-Old: This is the second release in the progressive Rhetoric series, a Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. It begins with an oaky and leathery nose, followed by hints of vanilla, caramel, honey, and a long, woody finish.
Forged Oak: Resting for 15 contemplative years in charred American oak, Forged Oak is an impressive Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Its flavor profile includes seasoned woody notes, cocoa, young berries, and a long, dry finish of black pepper.
Whoop & Holler: The newest addition to the Orphan Barrels, Whoop & Holler is also the oldest, aged for 28 years. This American Whisky offers notes of corn kernel, tobacco, bright citrus peel, and honey.
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