W.H. Harrison Bourbon, Indiana’s Original , tells BourbonBlog.com that they have released a special, one-time bottling of Harrison Presidential Reserve, designated as “The Grouseland Cache.”
This limited edition Bourbon is made from Indiana barrels aged 16 years and longer, and is Harrison’s oldest and richest Bourbon yet.
A portion of the proceeds from this unique bottling will be donated to The Grouseland Foundation.
The Grouseland Foundation operates the Grouseland Mansion, Indiana’s first Governor’s Mansion built by Gov. William Henry Harrison in 1804 in Vincennes, Indiana and now a National Historic Landmark and tourist attraction.
Each bottle of W.H. Harrison Presidential Reserve “The Grouseland Cache” carries a hand-inscribed serial number from 1 to 918, for the benefit of collectors.
Only 918 bottles were produced.
“We’re proud to represent Indiana with a truly world-class vintage Bourbon. Our expert tasters have agreed that the Harrison Grouseland Cache is in the same league as the most sought-after vintage Bourbons, and it will certainly put Indiana Bourbon on the map, so-to-speak, with connoisseurs everywhere,” Jerry Knight, Founder of Tipton Spirits, the Indiana company that created W.H. Harrison, tells BourbonBlog.com,
The Harrison Presidential Reserve “The Grouseland Cache” is now available through better liquor stores across Indiana, at a suggested retail price of $120.00.
The product will be available only in Indiana through the end of 2012 and we’ll be bringing you a review of it here on BourbonBlog.com.
The Grouseland Mansion and the Grouseland Foundation:
The Grouseland Mansion was built by Governor William Henry Harrison in 1804 in Vincennes, Indiana and is now a
National Historic Landmark and tourist attraction.
Grouseland is operated by The Grouseland Foundation, whose
mission is to preserve and maintain the legacy of the site and of William Henry Harrison, and to cultivate a public
passion for American History.
The Mansion and the Foundation are supported by charitable donations.
More about W.H. Harrison Bourbon:
W.H. Harrison Bourbon, Indiana’s Original, is distilled and aged in Indiana using Indiana corn and other ingredients. The Bourbon is named after President William Henry Harrison offers two year-round Bourbon expressions: the Original Straight, and the barrel-proof
Following its initial release in Indiana in 2010, Harrison Indiana Bourbons are now sold in 15 states.
Harrison is owned and managed by Tipton Spirits, an Indiana company also known for its Desiree gourmet flavored vodkas.
Tipton creates and builds beverage brands for local, national, and international markets and you can learn more on www.HarrisonBourbon.com and www.TiptonSpirits.com