Larceny Barrel Proof Bourbon Batch C922 126.6 Proof


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Batch C922 is the highest proof batch to date, and the ninth batch released since the brand was launched.


Cinnamon spice, nutmeg, and brown sugar mingle together forming an initial spice-filled burst with a sweet accent. The spices settle against a backdrop of light oak and sweet french toast scent. Odd but welcome, the french toast aroma is pleasing, and combined with the rest of the scents makes for an extremely enjoyable and inviting nose that has you intoxicated for what’s to come.


Served up on an oaky-caramel base, cinnamon spice, nutmeg, brown sugar, graham cracker, and syrup-soaked french toast come together to form a nicely balanced mix. It’s equal parts oak, spice, and sweet. The flavors are purposeful in their delivery, with an intensity that’s spot on. Overall it’s a delicious combination of flavors that highlights the heights a well-rounded barrel proof wheated bourbon is capable of.


A warming heat comes initially, with cinnamon candy spice, nutmeg, and sweet caramel behind it. As it fades, the french toast note mingles back in, complemented by dry oak. It remains more sweet than oaky and doesn’t develop the astringency often found in wheated mashbills and in a number of past Larceny barrel proof batches in particular. Long and exceptionally well done.

Bottle Size: 750ml
In September 2012, Heaven Hill introduced the standard 92 proof Larceny to the market as “heir to the wheated bourbons that make up the historic Old Fitzgerald franchise.” The name “Larceny” and key pictured on the bottle is derived from the story of John Fitzgerald, who was believed to be a Treasury agent who “used his keys to the warehouses to pilfer bourbon from the finest barrels,” which were referred to as “Fitzgerald barrels."

Larceny Barrel Proof was first introduced in 2020. It’s released on an allocated basis three times per year: January (Batch A), May (Batch B), and September (Batch C). Each release is a unique batch and consists of bourbon aged six to eight years. The first character in the batch name designates which batch of the year that bottle came from, the numeral that follows represents the month of the release, and the last two digits indicate the corresponding year of the release.

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