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Trey Zoeller, founder of McLain & Kyne Ltd, and his father, Chet, carry on the tradition of their ancestors who were deeply rooted in the bourbon whiskey industry handcrafting whiskey in ‘ridiculously small batches’ much like bourbons produced prior to prohibition.
The whiskey’s name sake, Thomas Jefferson, was the American President and politician instrumental to American Independence in 1783. The very one who is accredited with writing the Declaration of Independence, the founder of Virginia University and the force behind the Great Empire of Liberty and the very Thomas Jefferson who repealed tax on whiskey that caused the famous rebellion of 1791 turning Americans from rye to bourbon whiskey drinkers.
Jefferson’s proudly takes this name from this third American president as they are complex, elegant and full of sophistication just as he was. Aesthetically very pleasing with soft elegant but eye-catching presentation, each bottle has its own wooden stopper and every bottle is hand numbered assuring of its authenticity as handcrafted ‘ridiculously small batch’ bourbon.
McLain & Kyne are discerning drinkers with several years of experience in the bourbon whiskey trade and have created the term ‘ridiculously small batch’ to describe their blending process: This means just 8-12 barrels are blended for maximum taste and originality. Usually, bourbon is distilled and fermented in huge vats, then placed into thousands of barrels. Single barrel bourbons were reintroduced in the early 1980s. This is when master distillers pick the best barrels of whisky to be bottled separately and sold as a single barrel bottling. In making small batch bourbons, 200-300 barrels are picked to be mingled and then bottled. Borrowing the best from both worlds for their "ridiculously small batch" bourbons, McLain & Kyne marries a mere 8-12 barrels of various ages to produce the best tasting bourbon possible, while ensuring the complexity and consistency you expect and deserve.