The meaning of heritage is a multi-faceted. In the most traditional sense, it means “inheritance.” But this definition can be extrapolated to mean “tradition” or “quality” as well. What does that mean for us? All of the above. The notion of heritage is deeply embedded into the lore and process of our spirits. “Quality” and “tradition” are not only elements of heritage, but characteristics emblematic of Joseph Magnus as well. September is National Bourbon Heritage Month. It’s a celebration of the heritage of an equally historic and quality product. With this in mind, we wanted to celebrate this month by highlighting some of our own heritage whiskey bourbons.
Joseph Magnus Bourbon
Rich deep flavors with notes of orange citrus, dried dark fruits, and vanilla
A marriage of straight bourbon whiskey aged in white oak barrels and finished in Oloroso sherry, Pedro Ximénez sherry, and cognac casks.
Joseph Magnus Cigar Blend Bourbon
Bold, rich aromas of tobacco, spice, vanilla, fig, prunes, and dried fruit
Artfully blended to drink while enjoying a fine cigar. A combination of award-winning Joseph Magnus Bourbon and 11 and 18-year-old whiskeys to assume bold, rich aromas of tobacco, spice, leather, vanilla, blanched almonds, and toffee. The Armagnac cask finish lends fruity notes of fig, prune, and dried apricot.
Murray Hill Club
Toasty, buttery notes of vanilla and char, with layers of spiced, dried fruits through the finish
Crafted using the same techniques Joseph Magnus used to create this original pre-Prohibition spirit more than 100 years ago. Artfully marries 18 and 11-year-old bourbon with 9-year-old light whiskey to deliver notes of butterscotch, honey, toffee, autumnal baking spices, vanilla, and char, with a hint of black pepper that lingers through a softly spiced and toasted finish.