Frey Ranch Distillery, located in Nevada, has unveiled its latest addition to the American whiskey portfolio: the Frey Ranch Farm Strength Uncut Bourbon. This permanent expression is bottled at cask strength and showcases the distillery’s commitment to using 100% of their own grains, which are grown, harvested, milled, and distilled on the Frey Ranch farm throughout the year.
Colby Frey, Co-Founder and Whiskey Farmer, emphasized the significance of their farm-grown corn, wheat, barley, and rye, which have become synonymous with the brand and have been instrumental in driving Frey Ranch’s growth in Nevada and California. Today, the distillery stands as one of the largest whiskey producers on the West Coast.
The Frey Ranch Farm Strength Uncut Bourbon boasts a robust 124.3 proof and is matured for an average of five years. It shares the same mash bill as their flagship four grain bourbon, comprising 66.6% dent corn, 10% winter wheat, 11.4% winter rye, and 12% two-row barley.
According to the distiller, this cask strength bourbon offers enticing aromas of caramelized brulé with subtle hints of cinnamon and nutmeg. On the palate, it delivers flavors reminiscent of birthday cake frosting and glazed butter cake, complemented by notes of cloves, orange creamsicle, and dried stone fruit. The finish lingers with a delicate touch of smoke and black cherry.
Colby Frey expressed the enthusiasm of their distillery team for the uncut liquid, stating that they always taste the cask strength batch of their flagship bourbon before proofing it down.
Frey Ranch Farm Strength Uncut Bourbon is currently available in California, Nevada, at the Frey Ranch Tasting Room, and online through their official website. It is priced at $79.99 for a 750 ml bottle. Later this year, the distribution of Frey Ranch products will expand to include Arizona, Ohio, and Georgia.