George Dickel Barrel Select
Tennessee — Tennessee, USATastedVery nice; 9 yr aged, 103 proof. Smooth, caramel, vanilla but still has that hint of Dickel whiskey opposed to a bourbon. I enjoyed it.
Four Roses Single Barrel Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USATastedIt hot at 100 proof but with a cube or 2, u can taste nice silky, smooth caramel, vanilla, tobacco and oak. Really enjoyed it.42.0 USD per Bottle
Clyde May's Straight Bourbon
Bourbon — Alabama, USATastedI enjoy a white whiskey/moonshine every now and then so this one appealed to me. Not so much in the bourbon lover in me but that corn/yeast, pure unaged whisky.
Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch Bottled in Bond Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USATastedThis is the best bourbon under $50 if you ask me. Perfect balance of oak/caramel/vanilla/light smoke (that’s what I like). High proof but still smooth enough to sip neat or with 1 cube sometimes. Just 10’s all around.42.0 USD per Bottle
Copper & Kings American Craft Brandy
American Brandy — Kentucky, USATastedDrinks more like a higher end bourbon due to age in oak barrels. Smooth for the higher proof and has a subtle sweet finish at the end to remind you its a Brandy.35.0 USD per Bottle
Michter's US*1 Sour Mash Whiskey
Other Whiskey — Kentucky, USATastedCaramel, vanilla and a bit of spice. One of the best for around $40.42.0 USD per Bottle
Weller Special Reserve
Bourbon — Kentucky, USATastedVery nice. First time with Weller - everything I love - vanilla, caramel, hit of leather/tobacco. It’s done so well and smooth and sooo soft on the pallet.
High West Campfire
Blended American Whiskey — (bottled in Utah), Multiple CountriesTastedI wasn’t a fan. Too smoky and the rye, bourbon, scotch blend didn’t come together nicely imo. I’m not a huge fan of rye though.
Jefferson's Ocean Aged at Sea Voyage 3
Bourbon — USATastedLovely caramel, vanilla and oak. Hint of salt (sea air will do that I suppose) - received as a gift. I always felt it was a bit gimmicky but very good overall. Wouldn’t spend $80 on it; maybe 50.