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A. Smith Bowman

John J. Bowman

Early pioneer Colonel John J. Bowman first explored Kentucky in 1775. Four years later he moved his family to Lincoln County where they were among the earliest settlers of Kentucky. He presided over Kentucky’s first county court and was also appointed the first military commander and governor of Kentucky County. He was the great, great uncle of Abram Bowman, founder of Virginia’s A. Smith Bowman Distillery. This single barrel bourbon whiskey commemorates the early American pioneer John J. Bowman.

Tasting Notes:

A fragrant nose with hints of toffee and leather. The taste is smooth and well rounded, with a touch of figs, almonds and a long dry finish.

Awards:

2016 Gold Medal - Denver International Spirits Competition

2015 Silver Medal - Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits

2014 Silver Medal - International Wine & Spirits Competition

2011 Double Gold Medal - San Francisco World Spirits Competition

2011 Excellent/Strong Recommendation - Ultimate Spirits Challenge

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