Four Roses Limited Edition Small Batch Bourbon (2015)


Four Roses // Kentucky, USA

    1. sensei04

      Tasted December 27, 2020
      5.0 out of 5 stars
      39.0 USD per Pour
    2. Dmenk87

      Tasted December 20, 2020
      4.5 out of 5 stars
      Low key probably the best release since 2012
    3. SPRich

      Tasted September 11, 2020
      4.25 out of 5 stars
    4. olysliquor

      Tasted August 18, 2020
      3.5 out of 5 stars
    5. Jordan-Buys

      Tasted August 16, 2020
      5.0 out of 5 stars
    6. CWilliams92

      Tasted July 10, 2020
      4.5 out of 5 stars
    7. CordovZ

      Tasted May 18, 2020
      4.75 out of 5 stars
      Nose- Cinnamon, herbal- mint, ripe cherries, wood spice, rye spice Palate- Wave of green tea initially, wet oak, cherry-cola, cloves, dark honey Finish- Long, creamy finish with flavors of fresh mint, cherries and bold, wet oak Overall, this is very good. The nose is a bit muted, but fresh mint and rye spice stand out. The palate is where this shines, with a unique green tea note and lovely wet, bold oak from start to finish. Enjoyable, long and mouth coating finish that keeps everything lovely and balanced.
    8. Steve-Alexander

      Tasted April 21, 2020
      5.0 out of 5 stars
      Love it!
    9. mddamiano

      Tasted April 17, 2020
      4.0 out of 5 stars
    10. Jose-Massu-Espinel

      Tasted April 12, 2020
      3.5 out of 5 stars
      My second Bourbon. It is waaaaaay better than Jim Beam white label. Now that i got that out of my system, i can tell you, it is a fair dram, nothing too special. A little complex maybe, a solid 3.5 out of 5. bottled at 45%abv, with a polished Mahogany Color. On the Nose you will find citrus fruit notes, like grapes, plums, prunes, and lemon. There is something stinky here i dont know what it is, i read someone said "glue", i just dont know what it is. Sometimes it brings back memories from the standard Jack Daniels Old No.7, has the same nose profile, with a little toffee and vanilla if you give it a couple more tries on the nose. On the palate is a changing dram, starts sweet like caramel, inmediately turns hot and spicy, oak and oranges appear to make a bitter finish, which is medium. It is light-medium bodied, and if you add two drops of water it will became chewable with an only candy note on the palate. I believe i am not a great bourbon drinker yet, but i am still thinking this are way inferior to scotch single malts, I have also an Elijah Craig Small Batch, a Blanton's single barrel and a Makers mark 46 waiting to be opened; maybe i will have better luck on those. One other thing, i haven't add Coca Cola on this, but it seems it would fit right on it. In the future i'll give it a try.
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