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Angel’s Envy, September is Bourbon Month

by selenash

when other whiskeys stop, Angel’s Envy finishes. **Please, always drink responsibily**

By an act of Congress in 2007, September was declared National Bourbon Heritage Month.  Angel’s Envy , one of the World’s Highest Rated Bourbon partnered with the Arbor Day Foundation to plant new white oak trees across North America.  For every picture bourbon enthusiasts take of an Angel’s Envy cocktail – neat, on-the-rocks or in a cocktail.  In exchange for the social media love, Angel’s Envy will plant a white oak tree for every picture posted this September bearing the hashtag #AE4THETREES .

Their late Master Distiller Lincoln Henderson spent countless time crafting some of the finest whiskeys in the world. He also hailed as one of the original pioneers of premium bourbons and whiskeys, making a reputable name for himself within the liquor industry.

PASSION:  Lincoln came out of retirement to create a whiskey masterpiece on his own terms—Angel’s Envy.

The tradition lives on today as Angel’s Envy starts with a spicy mash bill of 95% rye and 5% malted barley and ages the whiskey for a minimum of six years in new American, charred oak barrels.  Next, the rye is finished in hand-selected Caribbean rum casks, which began as small French cognac barrels, for up to 18 months.  The mingling of raw, spicy and earthy rye notes paired with the sweetness imparted by rum finishing, results in an exceptionally smooth and accessible ultra-rye whiskey.

Availability: California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, and Washington DC.

The ANGEL’S ENVY™ brand is part of the portfolio of Bacardi Limited, headquartered in Hamilton, Bermuda. Bacardi Limited refers to the Bacardi group of companies, including Bacardi International Limited.

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