Only 1,000 cases were produced, and it was only released (2018) in Wyoming. A 90 proof straight bourbon whiskey with an age statement of 5 years. This whiskey is named after the famous bucking horse (1896-1914). N: Corn, ethanol, vanilla, oak. P: Candy Corn, vanilla, caramel and a little mint. F: Short and sweet, corn and butterscotch. While I would not recommend this to anyone, it seemed fitting to drink a bottle of this while here in Wyoming this week for the 123rd Cheyenne Frontier Days. It’s sweeter than your average bourbon and not any oak on the palate or finish. The sweetness has a corn and caramel flavor to it, but it also possesses a weird “chemical corn syrup sweetness” component to it that seems artificial, but we know it can’t be because this is labeled as straight bourbon. Interesting, none the less.