Steph Curry and Kentucky Distillery Join Forces for Exclusive Gentleman’s Cut Bourbon Collaboration
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The Golden State Warriors’ point guard Stephen “Steph” Curry is partnering with a Kentucky distillery on a new bourbon, according to Louisville Business First.
Curry’s SC30 Inc., alongside California winery owner John Schwartz, has formed a joint venture with Boone County Distilling to create Gentleman’s Cut, a 90-proof bourbon that is aged between five and seven years in new charred white oak barrels. The bourbon will be released worldwide in May, though an exact date was not disclosed.
Gentleman’s Cut is distilled, aged and bottled by Game Changer Distillery in Boone County, the joint venture between Curry, Schwartz and Boone County Distilling.
The bourbon will sell for a suggested retail price of $80 for a 750-mililiter bottle. Game Changer Distillery describes the whiskey as having notes of cinnamon, seared caramel and sweet toasted chestnut.
“This rich, complex and bold bourbon is the perfect offering to commemorate life’s great occasions, and will be part of a raised-glass toasting moment in the lives of my fans, friends and family,” Curry said in a news release.
NBA’s Steph Curry partners with Boone County Distilling on Gentleman’s Cut bourbon