GSN Review: Bluestone Manor Bourbon

Dorinda Medley, founder of Bluestone Manor Bourbon, named her spirit after her iconic Massachusetts home, Bluestone Manor. Rich with history and vibrant with life, Bluestone Manor was a speakeasy, where patrons would share a glass of Bourbon and dream of happier times.
“Bluestone Manor was built in 1902 during the colorful Gilded Age. From the intricate dark wood details, vibrant walls, and thoughtful floor plan, Bluestone Manor feels spacious yet cozy, and reminiscent of days gone bye. It was once a speakeasy and I imagine long nights filled with laughter, glamour and secrets,” explains Medley. “Bluestone Manor is a special place I call home. I wanted to bring this feeling to life in a Bourbon. Anyone can enjoy a glass of my bourbon and find themselves being transported to the Manor.”
Bluestone Manor Bourbon has a mash bill of corn, winter wheat and malted barley. After being aged for a minimum of five years, their blender hand selected each barrel, creating a unique blend. The Mash Bill is 70% Corn, 25% Wheat, and 5% Malted Barley. The spirit is aged a minimum of 5 years in Independent Stave Co. Cooper’s Select, 53 Gallon Oak Barrels.

GSN’s Remarks: This is our favorite bourbon of the month. Very drinkable, with warming notes of wood, toffee, caramel, light baking spice and a gentle, yet fulsome body. We especially appreciate the influence that the whaet has on the expression, adding roundness and light sweetness. We recommend this one for pleasant sipping, or anything from a Mint Julep to a Boulevardier. GSN Rating: A

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