David Nicholson 1843

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David Nicholson 1843

David Nicholson 1843

50.00%abv

Strong but slow spoken

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David Nicholson Reserve

David Nicholson Reserve

50.00%abv

Strong but slow spoken

Color - Amber 
Nose - Sweet caramel, butterscotch, oak
Taste - The sweet caramel comes through as does some butterscotch. There is some nutty flavor on the front end and some cinnamon spice in the middle. 
Finish - This one burns a bit and has a fairly thin finish, but the sweetness carries through substantially enough to combat the alcohol bite a bit.

David Nicholson 1843

David Nicholson 1843

Strong but slow spoken, David Nicholson 1843 takes time to age and mellow, so take your time to relish the fine, deep flavor of one of America's most authentic bourbon whiskeys
Perfect serve

Neat, on the rocks or in a classic cocktail

Signature drink
Borderline
  • 2 shot David Nicholson 1843
  • 1/2 shot freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 1/2 shot maple syrup
  • 3/4 shot Italian Vermouth
Shake all ingredients and fine strain into a chilled glass. Garnish with a orange zest twist. 
Strong but slow spoken

NOSE Notes of honey and vanilla with smoky undertones. 

PALATE The woody, smoky tones you expect, followed by an exceptionally smooth finish with undertones of oak and mild spice.

David Nicholson Reserve

David Nicholson Reserve

In the private back room of a grocery store on North 6th Street in St. Louis, Missouri, unbeknownst to its forefather, a legacy was born. The store's owner, David Nicholson, created the famed ‘43’ bourbon recipe. Little did he know that his recipe would be passed on and passed down, remaining unaltered for almost two centuries. 

Still possessing the outstanding character for which it earned its original popularity in 1843, the David Nicholson legacy lives on unchanged, unfettered, and unmatched. 

An extra-aged ‘ryed’ bourbon that provides full-bodied flavor and a distinct, spicy taste.

Pour a glass and taste the heritage.
Perfect serve
SAZERAC 

1.5 oz David Nicholson® Reserve 
¼ oz Absinthe 
1 sugar cube 
3 dashes of bitters 

Directions: Rinse a chilled old-fashioned glass with the absinthe, add crushed ice, set it aside. Stir the remaining ingredients over ice and set it aside. Discard the ice and any excess absinthe from the prepared glass, and strain the drink into the glass. Add lemon peel for garnish.
Signature drink
Strong but slow spoken