Bulleit Bourbon & Noble Denim collaborate for barrel aged denim jackets

Man Talk Food is going Man Talk Style today, thanks to a fun collaboration between Bulleit Bourbon, and Noble Denim. The American-made denim company is releasing a limited edition line of denim jean jackets which were partially aged in Bulleit barrels.

So how in the world does that actually work? The folks at Noble Denim took the corduroy collars used for the jackets, and aged them in a freshly-dumped barrel from Bulleit for several weeks. Starting out white, the corduroy morphed into a sandy, lightly orange tinted color which works well with the denim itself.

The new jackets from Noble will be available in a limited quantity starting in mid-November. Find them at NobleDenim.com, as well as at the Bulleit Frontier Whiskey Experience at Stitzel-Weller, and select other retailers, including at Manready in Texas, Tanner Goods in Portland, and at the Pop Up Flea in New York City.

Scope out the jackets with these photos:

As you can see there are also other customized components for the collaboration. Check out the detail on those buttons for a closer look.

More details:

  • Cut & sewn in the US
  • Denim Weight: 13.5 oz
  • Denim Mill: Cone Mills White Oak
  • Fit: True to size. Pre-shrunk
  • Retail price: $285

This isn’t the first collaboration from the two companies, either. The Noble and Bulleit tandem actually first paired up in 2014, with a similarly conceptualized line of barrel-aged jeans.

Also, stay tuned for the release of several exclusive promotional videos incorporating Bulleit, Noble, and the indie band Houndmouth which joined in on the fun as well.

Author: Jake Emen

I’m Jake, and I’m your host on this journey. I'm the man doing the eating and the talking around here. I’m a writer based outside of Washington, D.C., and I'm also talking whiskey, local events, travel, and other assorted misadventures. Follow me on the Tweet Machine - @ManTalkFood, or send an email to jake [at] mantalkfood.com.

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