Jim Rutledge, former Four Roses master distiller, is launching his own distillery and bringing back an old brand: Cream of Kentucky Bourbon. He is releasing 9,000 bottles with a whiskey he selected to kick things off. And he signed a dozen of the bottles then randomly inserted them into shipping boxes.
Jim Rutledge, former Four Roses master distiller, is launching his own distillery and bringing back an old brand: Cream of Kentucky Bourbon. He is releasing 9,000 bottles with a whiskey he selected to kick things off. And he signed a dozen of the bottles then randomly inserted them into shipping boxes. Photo provided
Jim Rutledge, former Four Roses master distiller, is launching his own distillery and bringing back an old brand: Cream of Kentucky Bourbon. He is releasing 9,000 bottles with a whiskey he selected to kick things off. And he signed a dozen of the bottles then randomly inserted them into shipping boxes. Photo provided