Hudson Whiskey releases 7-year-old Four Part Harmony, a four-grain bourbon
Hudson Whiskey is introducing their oldest whiskey to date, marking the first time they've featured an age statement on a bottle.
Four Part Harmony is a four-grain bourbon pot distilled from a mash bill of 60% corn, 15% rye, 15% wheat and 10% malted barley. All grains for this release were sourced locally in New York, and the whiskey is Kosher certified.
Aged for a minimum of 7 years and bottled at 92 proof, Four Part Harmony was craft distilled at Hudson's Tuthilltown Spirits Distillery located in Gardiner, NY.
“I am so proud of this liquid,” said Brendan O’Rourke, Hudson Whiskey’s chief distiller. “The locally grown mash bill produces a deep amber color and nose of sweet corn, rye bread, rich vanilla and dark cherries. Drinkers will find that every grain plays its part to create a complex whiskey with a lasting finish.”
Four Part Harmony is a limited release that will be available nationwide in the coming months for a suggested retail price of $70.