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Colonel E.H. Taylor 100 Proof Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey (750ml)
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- ABV 50%
Made by the Buffalo Trace Distilling Co., this single barrel release is aged exclusively in "Warehouse C", which was built by Taylor himself in 1888. It's proven to be a superior aging warehouse. Each barrel is hand-picked and bottled in Bond at 100 proof to honor its namesake.
Other reviews... Deep amber color. Rich, densely layered aromas of lush brown spices, caramelized nuts and raisins, cherry cola, and maple fudge with a vibrant, fruity-yet-dry medium-full body and an oaky, drying, spice cake, grain, sassafras, spice and limestone dust finish. Very masculine. 50% Alc./Vol.
International Review of Spirits Award: Silver Medal
89 points (Highly Recommended) - www.tastings.comsize>
...lots of grain intimacy on the nose: buzzing yet keeping a tight lid on the peppers as the harder, fruitier notes crisply strike home...an exceptionally bright barrel that's a bit of a tease. 93 points - Jim Murrays Whisky Bible 2013size>
...No shrinking violet here; this is a big, powerful Bourbon, with a finish that just won’t quit. The honey-colored spirit has a sweet, heavy caramel aroma with a deep, somber espresso note. Look for a round burnt-orange flavor and lots of cinnamon and nutmeg on the dry, elongated finish. Temper the alcohol sting with ice water—it’s 100 proof, after all. History buffs will love the old-school style of the bottle and label. 94 points - wineenthusiast.com
"A very sound whiskey that ably demonstrates the small Bottled-in-Bond sector of American whiskey making." -Paul Pacult's Spirit Journal.