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This peated single malt whisky is made in America, aged in bourbon casks, and non-chill filtered. Unique distillation cuts deliver malty, woody, earthy and smoky notes for the malt enthusiast, with a fusion of citrus and berries. Gold Winner at Whiskies of the World.
10th Street Peated Single Malt Distillers Cut American Whisky Tasting Note
Nose:?Nose is complex yet not overwhelming.
Palate:?A splendid taste with a warm feel to it. Not to smoky but silky smooth.
Finish:?Clean,crisp and smooth.
The new Double Eagle Very Rare Bourbon, according to those behind it, is matured twice as long as the standard Eagle Rare 10-year-old bourbon. It is all about the presentation with this one in addition to the age though, with the Double Eagle crystal decanter featuring ?two beautifully sculptured crystal glass eagles, one inside the bottle, and one serving as the stopper.
Nose:?Hints of vanilla, toasted oak and caramel.
Palate:?A gracefully aged oaky flavor.
This bourbon has notes of charred oak and fresh mint. Subtle caramel apple tones are delicately balanced with the lingering essence of coffee and black pepper. Enjoy neat.
1792 is the year that Kentucky became a State, and the bottling of this special Bourbon commemorates that date. Aged for eight years, this Bourbon has aromas of corn, caramel and shortbread. Classic balance of spice and oak leads to a long dry finish.
This non-peated single malt whisky is made in America with domestic 2-row malted barley. Shaved, toasted and re-charred (STR) casks balance the malt and wood influences. It is double distilled in all-copper pot stills and non-chill filtered to preserve its complexity.