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The nose is invitingly gentle with charred oak, banana, vanilla, fresh bread and a slight hint of baking spices the more you take it in. It is very creamy and balanced and leaves much to look forward to.
The palate is somewhat rich and chewy, quickly working it’s way to the corners of the mouth with creamy charred oak and a burst of cinnamon on the middle of the tongue. It’s very much a delectable cake in a glass, very simple in the mouth but so very please to taste. You won’t pick up several notes of this or that, but what it does have is in such balance and done so well that it doesn’t need to be complex to be an experience.
The finish is medium with one final burst of cinnamon while creamy, vanilla charred oak trails off as you chew on it a final few times before it’s gone. Very far from your typical Jack, a great example of what their whiskey can be.
Nose: Carmel, brown sugar, vanilla, orange zest and peanut shell
Palate: ok hear me out. It reminds me of JD 10 yr. Similar proof as JD10yr, similar taste as JD10yr. I need to do a side by side to see the difference. That being said that’s no a bad thing. JD10yrs is great. In the finish I get a almond note.
Overall: pricy as hell. I paid 179 bucks for this bottle. Is it worth it? Imo there is too much great jack on the market to buy one of these. That being said I’m glad I have one and when it’s gone I doubt I’ll fork over this much cash for another. JD barrel proof single Barrel is just too good and too available at 70 bucks to buy another one of these. I’m not knocking it it’s really good just costly.