This 14 yo expression is the most expensive expression distillery ever produced. The name comes from a very old label: King of Kentucky was established in 1881. Brown-Forman acquired the brand in 1936 from Selected Kentucky Distillers. In 1940, it was converted to a blended whiskey, then discontinued in 1968.
Intense dark chocolate and burnt caramel notes, with undertones of dark cherry, spearmint and spice.