Buddy Pass Imperial Stout Cask
Style: American Whiskey
Peggy Noe Stevens
Candy corn and peanut brittle, honeysuckle and vanilla bean. Oak with white pepper and apricot.
Herbal sage and caramel with oriental spices. A few savory scents of barrel wood and char. It leans toward banana.
Pleasant and warm, gracious elevation of white pepper to hit the grand finale of oak and spice that lingers long.
Evolves gracefully from the
sweet start to the oak-spiced finish.
Crème brûlée, cherries, ripe apples, a tiny whiff of cinnamon, some light brown sugar.
Vanilla from the nose ripens into caramel and the fruit turns dark – raisins and dates. Spice is peppery and there’s some sturdy oak.
Dries to oaky tannins leaving a very pleasant warmth in the mouth and throat that persists for some time.
Not as complex on the palate as the nose, but add some water and allow it to open up. Remains balanced throughout.
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