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The Great Comeback
The Famous Old Brand's Triumphant Return
Chicken Cock Whiskey has been resurrected, because good spirits never go out of style. With a rich 160-year-old history and a splash of modernization, the products we’ve created are an unsurpassable collection of heritage whiskies.
“It’s rare that I find a bourbon hard to put down these days, but this is a killer that fits the description…”
Classic Old Fashioned
From the Blog
Bourbon Review: I Can’t Use The Name, but It’s Chicken Something and $500
What's in the box? Fred opens a box and finds a $500 bourbon. He reviews it. Note: I received a YouTube warning that I am not able to use the brand name in the subject header. Thus, I called it Chicken Something.
The Absolute Must-Have Whiskeys Of November
This is the second major holiday release from Chicken Cock. This year’s super rare whiskey is made from a classic mash of 70% corn, 21% rye, and 9% malted barley. That whiskey was aged for an undisclosed amount of years before it was re-barreled into 32 French cognac barrels. Those 32 barrels were then batched, proofed, and bottled as-is for this release.
Chicken Cock Releases Cognac-Finished Bourbon Celebrating the Brand’s ‘Prohibition-Era History and Heritage’
Chicken Cock Whiskey on Monday announced the release of Chicken Cock Chanticleer, a Kentucky straight bourbon finished in French Cognac barrels. Bottled at 112 proof, this release’s mashbill comprises 70% corn, 21% rye and 9% malted barley. Thirty-two barrels of Chanticleer were produced.