If you've been waiting for a chance to ditch the mixer this could be your gateway into sipping your whiskey neat. Koval's Oat whiskey is light and still brings some flavor from the new charred American oak barrels.
Koval’s take on bourbon isn’t typical, but it’s well worth a taste. While they follow the standard 51% corn mash, the rest is made up of Millet–a grain most often found in spirits from Nepal, not American whiskey.
If you're familiar with rye whiskey you know that there can be a certain edge to it. After the prohibition, bartenders would usually cut it with something sweet to soften the spike and lessen the blow. The Koval Rye has no need for additives as it will be one of the smoothest whiskeys you'll ever put down. Enough so that if you're not much a fan of rye, this one might change that.
This award-winning whiskey comes from our backyard here in Chicago, IL and is known for revitalizing the whiskey industry in a city known for its breweries and having not won a championship in 108 years.