In the late 1800s, Paul Jones Jr., the founder of Four Roses Bourbon fell in love with a beautiful Southern belle. He proposed to her, and she replied that if her answer were "Yes," she would wear a corsage of roses on her gown to the upcoming ball. Paul Jones waited excitedly for her answer on the night of the ball, and when she arrived, she wore a corsage of four red roses. He later named his bourbon "Four Roses" as a symbol of his love for his wife. He transferred this devotion into his bourbon production, using quality ingredients to create various recipes for his handcrafted spirit.
Product of Kentucky
Alcohol by Volume: 54.3%