Drinking this neat, neck pour. The nose is very strong cherry cola surrounded but a caramel sweetness. Walnuts or macaroon nuttiness come out near the end of the nose and I get a bit of banana foster too. The pallet is very smooth, more cherry and dark wine fruits. The lighter proof makes this drink a bit sweeter. Very full bodied, you could cut it with a knife. Oak on the finish with some hints of wine fruits, the sherry finishing is present through and through on this one. I love the idea of this bottle. So many times we see collaboration beers on the market that are amazing, I could see the same thing becoming a popular trend in the bourbon/whiskey scene as the mid/higher end bourbon markets saturate. With all that being said, I hope those bottle end up being barrel proof. There is a lot I feel like I’m missing in the nose that being full proof may help bring forward. My final thought, this is for sure a porch pounder bourbon.