The name of this bourbon is attributed to one of an American famous gunsmith Henry Derringer. He designed The Philadelphia Deringer - a popular concealed carry percussion handgun of the era. Because of their small size and easy availability, Deringers sometimes had the dubious reputation of being a favored tool of assassins. The most famous Deringer used for this purpose was fired by John Wilkes Booth in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. H.Deringer bourbon comes in the exquisite crystal decanter designed by a famous glass artist.
Mash Bill: Corn 75%, Rye 21%, Barley Malt 4%
Aroma: Vanilla, caramel, dried fruit, cream. Light rye spice in the finish
Palate: Caramel, vanilla, fruit. Slightly candied, slight spice.