TX Straight Bourbon Whiskey


TX Whiskey // Texas, USA

    1. Drew_Smith

      Tasted October 19, 2020
      3.5 out of 5 stars
    2. dc_enigma

      Tasted October 13, 2020
      4.0 out of 5 stars
      Sweet, smooth
    3. weeddesign

      Tasted October 13, 2020
      5.0 out of 5 stars
    4. magicalpoet

      Tasted October 11, 2020
      3.5 out of 5 stars
      Oatmeal with a touch of brown sugar. Oak.

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    6. Chris-Cartier

      Tasted October 6, 2020
    7. BDanner

      Tasted October 4, 2020
      3.75 out of 5 stars
      TX Bourbon APPEARANCE: The Mahogany Colored liquid is presented in a modern-ish bottle. I love that the Stopper is topped with repurposed boot leather. Nice touch. NOSE: Surprisingly good, if you give it time to breath. It starts off in typical Wheater Fashion, Dry & Dusty with Vanilla, and Fresh Straw/Hay. After a few minutes, the Corn takes the lead along with New Leather, Raisins, Peach, Strawberry, and Sweet Iced Tea. Occasionally you get a huge blast of Cinnamon. NEAT: On the first sip the initial impression is Sweet Fruits, but that doesn't last long as the Mid-Palate is all Dry Corn Funk (awesome name for an Iowa based R&B cover band). Luckily, on subsequent sips, that Musty Dry Corn is either lessened or the palate becomes used to it. You now have notes of New Leather, Vanilla, Oak, and Tingly Black Pepper. Clingy Mouthfeel. Not a lot of heat on the finish. Sweet Musty Corn and Oak Spice Aftertaste coat the palate. Weirdly tasty. SPLASH: The Nose and Palate both gain some Spice. The Musty Funk is reduced a bit. The Malt now dominates the back end and finish leaving a Sweet, Leathery aftertaste. VERDICT: I was torn at first on this one. As a traditional Bourbon it should score lower than average. Then I thought, "But, did you enjoy it?", and the answer to that was a resounding yes. Just a reminder that not all Bourbon has to taste like traditional KSB. I will forewarn you that YMMV as I can definitely see that corn note being polarizing. At an uncraftlike $42, it could be worth a flyer if you're looking for something a little out of the box.
      42.0 USD per Bottle
    8. FoxPaw

      Tasted September 27, 2020
      2.0 out of 5 stars
      strange dryness, almost similar to diet coke finish
    9. CalebF

      Tasted September 24, 2020
      4.5 out of 5 stars
    10. Daniel-Schmuck

      Tasted September 24, 2020
      3.5 out of 5 stars
    11. starsfan619

      Tasted September 20, 2020
      4.0 out of 5 stars
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