The dawn of a new bourbon has arrived. Brother’s Bond Straight Bourbon Whiskey was created by Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley, who played the Salvatore Brothers on the famed TV series, 'The Vampire Diaries.' They found that the true bonds of their friendship were strengthened over drinking bourbon—both on and off-screen—for over a decade.
The Brother's Bond name is a nod to their on-screen characters, their shared love for great bourbon, and a reflection of the sense of brotherhood they have formed over the years. They crafted this hand-selected batch, distilled and aged in the tradition of all great bourbon. Time to bond. Cheers, Ian & Paul
A four-grain, high rye bourbon whiskey; with 65% corn, 22% rye, wheat, and barley is our secret. Copper column and copper pot-doubler distillation. Aged a minimum of 4 years in virgin American oak; barrel staves #4 char; barrel heads #2 char.
Awarded 96 Point Spirit Rating by Cigar & Spirits Magazine.
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