Canadian Club Reserve 9 Year
Canadian — CanadaReviewed January 1, 2022Neat: sweet cereal nose, smooth mouthfeel with a drying linger. Stone fruit and mild spice up front that quickly dissipates without much of a follow up. One note, but pleasant. Water: mutes without a flavor effect. Iced: yup, makes it colder
Koval Single Barrel Oat
Other Whiskey — Illinois, USAReviewed January 1, 2022Sweet grains on the nose. Thick warming effect. Spiced pear cereal. Linger feels like it’s drying out your mouth with a faint sour note. Overall unique, smooth, and pleasant.
Chattanooga Whiskey Cask 111
Bourbon — Tennessee, USAReviewed April 14, 2021Very easy to drink for this proof. Cinnamon caramel apple with a hint of smoke. It’s good.
Seagram's VO Gold
Canadian — Quebec, CanadaReviewed February 1, 2021Exactly what you expect. It’s “7” with a tie on. Worth the upgrade.
1792 Small Batch Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed February 1, 2021Perfectly fine. Nothing outstanding. Classic caramel and cinnamon. Not tart but some whisps of pear may show themselves.
Benchmark No. 8 Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed February 1, 2021Neat: Smooth, tartness leans towards sour, mild bite, is it fermented black pepper? With a small bit of water: sour funk melts to sweetness Over ice: slightly sweet and peppery, not much going on
Evan Williams White Label Bottled in Bond Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed January 26, 2021Neat: Ethanol Sour apple candy Spice&Alcohol heat Cinnamon on a Granny Smith Added small bit of water: Greatly dissipates the ethanol but mutes everything else as well The tartness holds on the most Hints of Apple Jacks® Over ice: Cereal sweetness with an oily effect
Ezra Brooks Kentucky Straight Bourbon 90 Proof
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed January 26, 2021None of the common fruity tartness Cereal flavors Burns the nose Not smoky or spicy Neutral palette Boring but not bad
Rittenhouse Rye Bottled in Bond
Rye — Kentucky, USAReviewed January 6, 2021Spicy and smooth. A perfect mixer at this price, but has a funk when sipped straight.
Daviess County Kentucky Straight Bourbon French Oak Finish
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed January 6, 2021Heavy spice, fruity tartness, and sweet. Is this a bottled pear cobbler? No, the sour mash comes through to remind you what you’ve got in the glass. The sweet/tart holds the linger.
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