This is showing to be a little on the shy side. Presents itself a lot like a traditional highland scotch whisky. 51% corn and 49% malt mash bill, and honestly, the barley really stands out. On the nose, orange fruit, corn meal, honeycomb cereal, vanilla cream, buttered English muffin, light brown sugar, ginger, herbal tea, furniture polish, and some interesting grass notes. Palate is actually dominated by barrel spice, given it’s a 4-year, and you’re left with a slight bitterness on the finish. Easy to understand and a nice change up to your Kentucky monsters. Highly likely to be sourced from MGP.