Heaven’s Door is a partially Bob Dylan created bourbon brand headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. This particular bottle from Hokus is Tennessee bourbon, with a low rye mashbill but the mashbill is higher in rye than Cascade Hollow releases in Dickel. This particular bottling comes in at eight years old and a hefty 121.8 proof.
Color is a very nice amber with Mahogany flecks. On the swirl are some seriously thick long legs. On the nose, there is lots of vanilla and baking spice, and a little oak; very inviting. On the palate, heavy vanilla, some dark chocolate, that is then followed by cinnamon and clove. Very rich and oily mouthfeel. On the finish, the baking spice is actually met with a little bit of spicy candied rye, which I wouldn’t have expected with such a low rye mashbill. Buy a bottle before it's gone!