Bull Run Straight Rye Whiskey Finished in Tequila Barrels
Rye — Oregon, USAReviewed March 11, 2023The nose has a sweet rye grain scents with oak and vegetal smell probably from the teauila finish. Thos is a hot whoskey, more so than most others even at this high abv. I usually dont add water bit on this one o really needed to even though it didn’t help much. When i addad a few drops of water the tequila finish was more pronounced becoming noticeable on the finish. Pretty interesting whiskey, bit not one im going to be reaching for very often. Its more fun to know what a rye whiskey foniahed in tequila barrels tastes like.
Coopers' Craft Barrel Reserve 100 Proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed March 5, 2023
Widow Jane 10 Year Straight Bourbon
Bourbon — USAReviewed February 11, 2023The nose has baking spices and vanilla. The palate is burnt caramel with the vanilla thats carried from the nose. The finish has small amount of oak and butterscotch. Medium dry finish.
David Nicholson 1843
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed January 24, 2023Nose has light alcohol burn a lot light grain scents. Smells young. The palate has a lot of corn flavors and honey. Finish continues with burnt corn and not very sweet. It’s ok for mixing cocktails but not to sip on.
Auchentoshan 12 Year
Single Malt — Lowlands, ScotlandReviewed January 18, 2023Nose is fruity with the malt grain aromas. The mouth feel is silky smooth and heavier then what you’d expect from 40 abv. Vanilla and caramel are the main flavors. Dry finish and a touch of bourbon oak spiciness.
Old Charter Oak Canadian Oak (2019 Release)
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed January 3, 2023this is a very unique whiskey. The nose has light oak, fluffy waffles and fruit. The palate is where it gets really interesting. the mouth texture is so creamy and butterscotch! sooo much butterscotch and vanilla. finishes nicely with long soft finish as the oak becomes a little more prominent. The Canadian oak barrels really transform the base whiskey in a great way.20.0 USD per Pour
High West A Midwinter Night's Dram Act 9 (All Scenes)
Rye — (bottled in) Utah, USAReviewed December 25, 2022I did a blind tasting between this act and my bottle of act 7. Act 7 was more subtle and subdued when it came to the port finish, it came in strongest during the tale end of the finish. Act 9, the nose had a more pronounced wine scent, ethanol and blackberries. The palate starts with a nice sweet mouthfeel and vanilla. The finish because relatively quickly with a lot of cinnamon spice and oak. Between 7 and 9, I prefer 9 mostly because it had more depth to it with more flavors and different mouthfeel than act 7. Both very nice in their own ways.
Booker's Bourbon Batch C06-B-15
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed December 24, 2022Found this at my uncle’s house and was excited to try it since it’s an older bottling. How much older? Not sure. It was a little unbalanced with the heat and sweetness. Not one of the best batches I’ve tried, but most are always solid.
Balcones Texas Rye 100 Proof
Rye — Texas, USAReviewed December 23, 2022apples and burnt wood chips on the nose, The palate is very sweet with peppercorn spice that fades into the finish that is slightly dry. Not one I have to have in my home bar though.
Jefferson's Ocean Aged at Sea Voyage 24
Bourbon — USAReviewed December 22, 2022
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