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Daneson Flavoured Tooth Picks - Bourbon No 22 - Individual Bottle
Daneson Flavoured Tooth Picks - Bourbon No 22 - Individual BottleDaneson Flavoured Tooth Picks - Bourbon No 22 - Individual Bottle

Daneson Flavoured Tooth Picks - Bourbon No 22 - Individual Bottle

DA - Bourbon No 22

AU$12.95

Product Description

Daneson’s Bourbon Nº 22s are steeped with six-year-old barrel aged Kentucky straight bourbon. To say the least, they use the good stuff. Bear in mind no artificial ingredients are used in making their Nº 22s.

Punchier than the Single Malt Nº 16s, the Bourbon toothpicks are best appreciated by aficionados with a southern state of mind who understand the subtle nuances in fine Kentucky whiskey. Not with standing heat and spice you would expect from bourbon, look for notes of smokey oak, vanilla, tobacco, and fruit.

Like all of Daneson’s toothpicks, Bourbon Nº 22s are subtle at first, building complexity when warmed in the mouth.

Made with Kentucky straight bourbon.

As a general rule Daneson like to under-promise and over-deliver - with this in mind, each bottle has a minimum of a dozen toothpicks.

All natural ingredients.

Daneson’s Bourbon Nº22 is a SELECT S batch premium blend and as a result it has a higher price. This is because they are made with very good, very expensive Kentucky straight bourbon, and like the Single Malts they are a pain in the arse to make. This time consuming process is unique to Daneson, and the resulting toothpicks are for those who enjoy finer things in life.

About Daneson

Daneson makes small batch flavoured toothpicks. They only use premium natural ingredients like essential oils and single malt scotch. These oils give the toothpicks a subtle aroma and an experience that is unique from batch to batch, changing over time much like a fine wine.

The reason the toothpicks are bone white is because they are made from veneer quality A-Grade wood milled from Northern White Birch in America.

Daneson is committed to protecting the world in which we live. For every one tree they use, they plant one hundred trees, prioritizing non-harvest regions. Give more than you take. It’s that simple.