Barrell 16 Year Gray Label Seagrass


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Barrell Craft Spirits 16 Year Gray Label Seagrass

Welcome to the next level of spirits indulgence with the Barrell 16 Year Gray Label Seagrass. This isn't just a drink; it's a tale of time and tide, captured flawlessly in a bottle. Aged for a majestic 16 years, every drop exudes elegance and depth, intertwining notes of sweet tropical fruits, evocative seagrass, and a touch of maritime magic.

An ode to both land and sea, this exclusive blend captures the imagination and pleases the palate in equal measure. Elevate your collection and let your senses set sail on this extraordinary voyage of flavors.

But be warned – once you indulge, there's no turning back. Secure your bottle, and let the adventure begin!


Rich, golden straw.

The savory side of rye is showcased by an array of exotic spices and seeds–caraway, fenugreek, dill, and mustard. Rye toast, grilled cornbread, and roasted taro root give it a bready depth. The Rhum Agricole barrels bolster the spirit’s innate grassy notes of cucumber peel, black olive, and bark mulch. Beyond the cask’s prior contents, the oak itself is expressed by cigar tobacco, coffee, and cinnamon.

Extremely oily, displaying notes of peanut-, coconut-, and tea tree–oils. As it’s held in the mouth it grows creamier with soy milk and cocoa butter. A bright lemonade note buoys nutty sunflower seed in a nod toward the madeira barrels. That madeira influence expands into notes of grapefruit peel, verjus, and gravel.

The apricot brandy casks pick up where the madeira left off, bursting forth with passionfruit, mirabelle plum, and banana peel. Now the collective minerality of the rye and its respective finishes wash over the palate with notes of chalk dust, flint, paraffin, and cedar smoke.

With a splash of spring water, the maritime scent of fresh costal breeze is dialed up. Maraschino liqueur, cloudberry, and green apple herald a fresh fruitiness. Meanwhile marmalade, burnt marshmallows, and roasted chestnut sweeten the palate considerably. It gets a bit woodsier too, with balsam, wild mint, and raspberry leaf.