I couldn't find any information on the mash bill, but I'd guess it's very low rye - indeed, if I learned it's a wheated bourbon it wouldn't surprise me, though I don't believe that it is. There's no age statement either, and it tastes like a young bourbon - not bad, but young. It's 90 proof, and the color in the glass is copper with a hint of gold. I got a fifth for $30.19 at Kelly Liquors here in Albuquerque. NOSE: Sweet corn, a pleasant sting of alcohol, and a candy note that's either butterscotch or caramel, but which I couldn't be sure. TASTE: Alcohol, a quick strong spice bite, a slight saltiness, and a corn undertone. FINISH: Long, with an alcohol sting fading into oak. This isn't a complex bourbon, and it's not as good as the hype. But it's certainly a good bourbon, and perhaps its reputation will adjust to fit the reality.
30.19 USD per Bottle