Four Roses Bourbon

Origin: Kentucky

It all started with a marriage proposal and a corsage of four roses dating back to 1888.

In 1884 Paul Jones Jr. moved his successful business to Louisville, Kentucky, where he opened an office in a section of historic Main Street called “Whiskey Row.” He trademarked the name Four Roses four years later, claiming production and sales back to the 1860s. In 1922, the Paul Jones Company purchased the Frankfort Distilling Company. Along with this purchase came the rights to sell Four Roses as a medical whiskey during Prohibition. Thus, making Four Roses one of the few bourbon brands to survive Prohibition.

Since the beginning Four Roses has been perfecting the art of quality and consistency and have used that guiding principle to develop their ten signature recipes. Made from the combination of two mash bills and five proprietary yeast strains, each has its own balance of spice, fruit and nuance.

Four Roses Bourbon: At 40% ABV and aged for a minimum 5 years, Four Roses Bourbon is for all. Whether you’re new to bourbon or a category expert, this whisky is elevated yet approachable drop, perfect to sip or in any cocktail.

Recipe: Up to all 10 recipes
Nose: Crisp fresh fruit with hints of pear & apple
Palate: Floral essences with gentle spice & honey
Finish: Smooth, long & pleasant