Debut Of Technology-Inspired Whiskey from Bespoken Spirits Wins Three Awards for Exceptional Quality and Outstanding Taste
By: Bespoken Spirits
Using materials science and technology to modernize a centuries-old aging process, Bespoken Spirits Whiskey Bourbon Mash—aged for less than one week—won a gold medal in a blind taste test at the New York World Wine and Spirits Competition 2019, competing against whiskeys aged between four and 10 years. This competition is one of the most respected judging events in the eastern U.S.A. and its judges are among the wine and spirits industry's most trusted authorities.
Bespoken Spirits Whiskey was also awarded a gold medal at the MicroLiquor Spirit Awards 2019, one of the preeminent spirit competitions focused on global craft and emerging brands. With more than 10 years of judging spirits, MicroLiquor Spirit Awards recognized the inaugural release of Bespoken Spirits Bourbon Mash Whiskey with a gold medal for its outstanding taste.
"Winning multiple awards for the debut of our Bespoken Spirits Whiskey validates our unique approach to solving the time-consuming, costly and complex problem of aging whiskeys," said Martin Janousek, co-founder of Bespoken Spirits. "But the applicability of our technology is far broader than just our branded whiskeys. We're bringing the unique ability to accelerate aging and tailor spirits to distillers, rectifiers, and retailers everywhere so they can speed time-to-revenue, reduce financial and environmental waste, and appeal to new demographics and geographies through custom products. This new approach will revolutionize the spirits industry."
Bespoken Spirits also walked away with a silver medal from the International Review of Spirits Tastings 2019, America's oldest and most influential spirits competition for the last 20 years. Select members of the trade participate in blind tastings to assess the quality and taste of different categories of spirits.
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