Having tried three other corn whiskies, and found two of them awful, I wanted to try this both because of recommendations, and to see if everything other than Balcones was sour and undrinkable. Well, this is NOT sour and undrinkable - it's actually pretty good. It's 100 proof, and being bottled in bond it's aged at least four years. I found two separate mash bills online, and I don't know which (if either) is the right one - 90% corn, 10% rye and malted barley; 80% corn, 8% rye, 12% barley. The fifth cost me $17 and change, but either I didn't get the receipt or I lost it somewhere, so I can't give an exact price. NOSE: Sweet alcohol, roasted slightly scorched corn, butterscotch, caramel, and a slightly sour note TASTE: Creamy mouthfeel, caramel, honey, sweet corn FINISH: Honeyed corn, faint oak - lingers longer than you'd think This isn't a complex whisky, which isn't surprising considering the barrels it ages in, but it's a good whisky. It's not great - I just gave it three stars - but it's much better than Longhorn or New Mexico Blue, which are foul. It can't compare with Balcones Baby Blue, but overall I'm glad I bought it, and I'll buy more in the future.
17.5 USD per Bottle