New Release: Bardstown Bourbon Company’s Foursquare Rum collaboration

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The latest collaborative release from Bardstown Bourbon Company celebrates the marriage of bourbon and Barbados

Bardstown Bourbon Company will release its latest expression in the Collaborative Series in April, a blend of straight rye and bourbon finished in Foursquare Barbados Rum barrels.

The Bardstown Bourbon Co. Foursquare Collaborative Series will be available starting April 21, 2023. As a blend of 7-year-old rye and 17-year-old bourbon, the whiskey is designed to accentuate Barbados flavor after being aged for 23 months in Foursquare Rum barrels.

Foursquare Rum Distillery is located on a former sugar farm that dates back to approximately 1720, on the tiny Caribbean island of Barbados. The distillery was re-opened by the Seale family in 1996, distilling operations and blending are currently directed by Richard Seale, fourth-generation trader/distiller of R.L. Seale & Co. Exceptional Cask Selections represent the unique, and rare offerings of Foursquare Rum Distillery that Richard has hand selected – his personal projects are only released when he feels they are of exceptional quality. These are one-of-a-kind expressions, available only for a limited time, and showcasing truly unique approaches to both Rum blending and maturation.

“Foursquare Rum and Bardstown Bourbon Company are trailblazers of transparency in spirits. This collaboration celebrates our shared value of connecting people with our authentic process, liquid content, and provenance. It is a dream come true to bring this project to life,” said Dan Callaway, VP of product development for Bardstown Bourbon Co.

The Foursquare Rum Collaborative Series release is presented at 107 proof (53.5% ABV) and offered at an SRP of $159.99. Roughly 3,000 9L cases of the finished bourbon will be available through the Bardstown Bourbon Co. gift shop, at retailers in 24 states and online at

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