Tired of your whiskey shelf and looking for something new to try? Look no further, our Tasting of the Week gives you the lowdown on what we’re sipping and loving this week.
90 Proof 45% ABV
About the Whiskey
This small batch expression from Distillery 291, creators of 291 Colorado Whiskey, is created in a pre-Prohibition style, distilled in a copper pot still. The whiskey undergoes a short aging process, for at least five months, in toasted American white oak barrels and is made from a mash bill of corn, malted rye, and malted barley mash.
Nose: Perfumed sweet peach, a touch of gooseberry, dehydrated orange, pencil shavings, sweet grain leading into muscovado sugar and warming spice. Then some green leaves and a hint of tar.
Palate: Gorgeous mouthfeel, with Fisherman’s Friend cough sweets, then camp fire with icing sugar. There’s a creaminess that’s almost like crème brûleé, with sweet barbequed peaches, ginger warmth and more of that leathery tar.
Finish: Marmite on crumbly toast, with peach sweetness.
Comment: Please pour me another one ASAP.
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