Cocktail night in St Pete and my son has been holding out on me. This was his contribution to the party. Incredibly rich and complex nose, Butterscotch, green apples, nutmeg all easily discernible. I consider finished bourbons as in the "cheater class" as they are not pure bourbon. This one is done in such a way as not to be obvious. The Cognac, Armagnac and Sherry sit in the background and do not overwhelm a young bourbon to make it taste- wait for it- like bourbon. Well done Magnus, the finishing is well integrated. Great barrel and rye flavors lead on the palate. The body is rich and chewy. I like it neat or with a cube, the ethanol lets you know it's there but drinks more like a mid ninety proof until you stop talking to the crowd and take a step. This was the hit of the evening but we're not finished yet. Not sure I can properly critique the next. Frank has Bardstown Bourbon's latest collaboration up next. It's already been a great evening.