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Four-Grain American Whisk(e)y

Four-Grain American Whisk(e)y

Regular price $150.00 USD
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Only 1,080 bottles produced.

Our first whisk(e)y is a Four-Grain Blended American Whisk(e)y, crafted in Louisville, KY by Master Blender Ashley Barnes. Made from three different whiskies with four mashbills, the nose starts with baking spiced orange creamsicle and leads to apricot jam spread over warm cinnamon toast. Brown butter, root beer, and toasted marshmallow are complimented with a challah toast finish. 


61.6% Corn • 5.8% Rye • 14.8% Wheat • 17.8% Barley

Barrel Strength: 56.3% Alc. Vol. (112.6 Proof)


Shipping & Availability

Complimentary shipping on orders over $200.

Orders typically ship within 48 hours.

Signature required upon delivery.

Unfortunately, we cannot ship to the following states: AL, AK, AR, HI, IA, IN, IL, LA, ME, MN, MS, MT, SD, UT, VT, WV, WY

Our Commitment

Inspired by a core philosophy of 'Profit with Purpose,' and sustainability, KOKORO Spiritsis a California Benefit Corporation and a member of 1% for the Planet.

A percentage of our proceeds are also allocated to the California Academy of Sciencesand USBG Helen David Relief Fund.

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Combining three American Whiskies into one complex profile.

A blend was not an obvious choice when exploring our options to create a whisk(e)y. If you're familiar with the stigma of blended whiskeys, you'd think that's enough reason to steer clear. However, this stigma pushed us to make it the first whiskey in our collection.

  • Wheat Whiskey: West Virginia 7 Years

    89% wheat • 11% malted barley

  • American Whiskey: Tennessee 10 Years

    2 Bourbon Mashbills in Used Oak Barrels 

    96% Low Rye: 84% corn • 8% rye • 8% malted barley 

    4% High Rye: 60% corn • 36% rye • 4% malted barley

  • Bourbon Whiskey: Indiana 6 Years

    75% corn • 21% rye • 4% malted barley

Whisk(e)y: To E or not to E

Spelling “whiskey” with an e is commonly used in the United States and Ireland, while Scotland and Canada spell it “whisky” without the e. Other countries like Japan spell it without because they learned how to make whisky from the Scottish. Pretty simple, right? So what’s with our parenthesis?

Why a Whisk(e)y?

Yes, we're a tequila company. No, we don't plan on producing whisk(e)y for the long term. This special batch was driven by a curiosity to explore and a need for barrels to age a future limited-edition extra añejo tequila.