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Sharp Green aroma, not Irish grassy but like fresh cut lawn grass. Actually pretty bad. Flavor is also green, acetone, sharp alcohol hit. Some young wood buried in there, better than Canadian, but still truly unenjoyable.
Nose: rich and bright. Vanilla and caramel but with a slight astringency, chemical note. Also some brown sugar, a very slight hint of mint and clove.
Palate: reminds me very much of a wheated bourbon. All the same flavors are there but in different proportions. The grassy notes are turned up a bit and the spices are turned down a bit. It’s rather mellow compared to bourbon. I’ve heard some people call it “thin” but I don’t think it is. It doesn’t have the boldness of most bourbons but it is very rich in its own unique way.
Finish: oak and vanilla, very sweet, with slight ethanol burn.
I actually really enjoy this whiskey. I tend to like wheated bourbons and for me this ranks right up there with my favorites.