The thing with craft distilleries is you never know what you’ll be opening up. Will it be something overpriced and way too young, or will it be a diamond in the rough? I don't mind paying a bit more, if I know what I’ll get is a solid product. But, what pisses me off is some NAS sourced bottle that’s priced way too high, or some young juice that was simply put out way too early ( and I get it...it’s a business...has to start earning a revenue). This one, courtesy from @jonwilkinson7309 , fortunately does not fall into the camp of over-priced bottles too early. This is a classic bourbon, with tastes of baking spices, cinnamon, and a hefty dose of oak. At close to 5 yrs of age, it’s a bottled-in-bond, which isn’t common in the craft scene. And at this price point ($50), it’s a no-brainer buy. They have a 10 yr coming out this year—-i’ll Be a definite buyer of that. Thanks Jon for the pour!