Drinking this neat. First pour. I bought this to see how Bull Run has changed since they parted from MGP. I did a review for a 2019 12 yr MGP finished in Pinot Noir casks the other night so now I want to see what a true mash build of Bull Run from the watershed is tasting like. Immediately I got hit with banana bread which I actually like a lot. It even gives a good nuttiness like bar nuts along with cloves which is making me want to bake banana bread to pair with this pour. Sifting through further I get notes of apple and honey. The 25% rye is definitely coming through as I get brine and citrus zest as well. Mouth has more apple and baking spices Light finish almost like water, latent warmth. Overall, a solid pour if you’re looking for an easy drinker with a surprising amount of flavor. I look forward to seeing this distillery progress a bit more in the bourbon world. They’ve made quite a splash so far in PNW, not all my favorites, but there seems to be a solid flavor profile they are developing. Hoping to see some 7+ year bottles if there aren’t already some one the shelves!