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Jameson Gold Reserve Irish Whiskey: Not Worth the Irish Gold in Your Pocket

Jameson Gold Reserve Irish Whiskey 211x300 Jameson Gold Reserve Irish Whiskey: Not Worth the Irish Gold in Your PocketAre Pricey Irish Whiskys Really Worth It?

By Matt Goldstein

On vacation this past weekend, we decided to stop in the critically acclaimed Irish Pub in Atlantic City.  Aside from the terrible smell, and the other terrible smell, there’s something about this dingy dark hole that makes you want to drink.  So we went for a half and half and the Jameson Gold Reserve neat, what’s more Irish that that?  Now, the Jameson Gold Reserve was solid but we can’t see how it’s really worth $60 a bottle.  Most Irish Whiskey’s lack complexity, and especially this one.  The Jameson Gold Reserve is blend of three whiskeys aged in virgin oak barrels coupled with the bourbon barrels and sherry casks.  The Jameson Gold Reserve is sweet, smooth, solid and slightly spicy.  This is a good Irish Whiskey but does not have the complexity to command $60 a bottle.  If you’re looking for thin and smooth than this is it, but if you’re looking for a great whiskey, the Jameson Gold Reserve misses the mark.   For $60 a bottle, we would recommend many other whiskey’s over the Jameson Gold Reserve.

 

TASTING CHARACTERISTICS FROM JAMESON

NOSE – Fragrant wood, rich pot still with a touch of sherry sweetness.

TASTE – All the creaminess and honey sweetness come together to create a taste sensation of spicy character.

FINISH – A very long finish with a pleasantly peppery finale.

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The Top 10 Best Irish Whiskeys: Powers, Jameson, Redbreast, Tullamore Dew and more…

powers 12 year special reserve irish whiskey1111 The Top 10 Best Irish Whiskeys: Powers, Jameson, Redbreast, Tullamore Dew and more...St. Patty’s Day Special: The Best Irish Whiskeys

By Matt Goldstein and Sommelier Tom Pittakas

In honor of this St. Patty’s Day, the Whiskey Goldmine has compiled our list of the best whiskeys from Ireland.  From sipping neat, on the rocks or in a shot, we give you a magnum opus of whiskey classics.  The following whiskeys are an absolute must try! 

 

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powers 12 year special reserve irish whiskey1122 The Top 10 Best Irish Whiskeys: Powers, Jameson, Redbreast, Tullamore Dew and more...1. Powers Special Reserve 12 Years Aged Irish Whiskey

Powers Special Reserve 12 years aged is crafted from the finest Irish Barley and water, triple distilled and matured in American Oak casks.  Powers 12 doesn’t need to any ice; this whiskey should be sipped neat.  Scoring 91 points from Malt Advocate Magazine, Powers 12 is a complex and flawless whiskey. The regular Powers Gold Label is the best selling whiskey in Ireland.  Yes, it crushes Jameson in sales actually.

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2. Redbreast 12 Year Pure Pot Still Irish Whiskey

Redbreast 12 Year is perhaps the smoothest Irish whiskey in the world.  With a scotch like complexity and slight sweetness, Redbreast has a perfect whiskey flavor with a flawless bite.  Redbreast 12 Year is the only aged pure pot still whiskey in the world and is matured in sherry and bourbon casks.  

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Tullamore dew 12year bottle The Top 10 Best Irish Whiskeys: Powers, Jameson, Redbreast, Tullamore Dew and more...3.  Tullamore Dew 12 Year Old Special Reserve

Founded in Tullamore, Offaly County in the heart of Ireland in 1822, this “legendary” Irish Whiskey is famous for it’s copper pot still blend.  Triple distilled and aged in American Oak and Spanish Olorosso Sherry Casks, Tullamore Dew 12 is a sweet and complex Irish Whiskey with notes of malt, nuts and oak.  “Give everyman his Dew!”    

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4.  Jameson 18 Year Old Limited Reserve

The Jameson 18 is a Blended Irish Whiskey is handpicked by the Master Distiller.  Aged in American Oak Bourbon Casks and Olorosso Sherry Casks, the Jameson 18 Year Old is a classic! 

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tyrconnel single malt irish whiskey 300x189 The Top 10 Best Irish Whiskeys: Powers, Jameson, Redbreast, Tullamore Dew and more...5.  Tyrconnell 10 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey

Aged in Madeira casks and scoring a 98 by the beverage tastings institute, the Tyrconnell is a bit pricey but also critically acclaimed.  Tyrconnel 10 Year has pioneered the single malt revolution in Irish Whiskey.  It’s an absolute must try. 

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6.  Knappogue 12 Years Aged Single Malt Irish Whiskey

Distilled in copper pots with malted barley and aged in oak casks, Knappogue 12 is made with pure Irish spring water which creates a very light, smooth and easy drinking style.  Well rounded with medium intensity and a clean finish, Knappogue is a uniquely light but complex whiskey that still retains character. 

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bushmills single malt 16 year old irish whiskey The Top 10 Best Irish Whiskeys: Powers, Jameson, Redbreast, Tullamore Dew and more...7.  Bushmills 16 Year Old Irish Whiskey

Bushmills 16 Year Old is triple cask matured in a combination of seasoned American Oak Bourbon Casks and Sherry Olorosso Casks, and finished for a few months in Port Wine Casks.  The triple cask maturation gives this whiskey one of the best finishes in the world. 

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8.  Connemara Peated Single Malt Irish Whiskey

Scoring a 93 by the Beverage Tasting Institute and a 90 by Wine Enthusiast, this little known but critically acclaimed single malt Irish whiskey is very well rounded and one of the most underrated Irish Whiskeys ever made.

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Jameson 12 year old special reserve irish whiskey 1111 The Top 10 Best Irish Whiskeys: Powers, Jameson, Redbreast, Tullamore Dew and more...9.  Jameson 12 Year Old Special Reserve  

The Jameson 12 Year Old Special Reserve Blended Irish Whiskey is a triple distilled, pot still and sherry cask blend.  The 12 year took the gold medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in 2007 & 2009.  The Jameson 12 is very smooth and dry with a great scent and taste of malts; with notes of oak, wood and spice.  The Jameson 12 is a full bodied Irish whiskey, with a slight sweet, rich and full finish.

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1o.  Tullemore Dew Blended Irish Whiskey

Tullamore Dew is the 2nd best selling Irish Whiskey in the world and is also growing the fastest.  Tullamore Dew has won 22 gold medals in the last 10 years and is simply one of the best whiskey shots in the world.   

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11.  Green Spot

 

Powers Whiskey The Top 10 Best Irish Whiskeys: Powers, Jameson, Redbreast, Tullamore Dew and more...12.  Powers Gold Label

Powers Gold Label is the best selling whiskey in Ireland.  Yes, it crushes Jameson in sales actually.

 

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13.  Bushmills 12 Year Old Irish Whiskey

14.  Michael Collins Single Malt Irish Whiskey

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Chivas Regal 18 Year Blended Scotch Not the Gold Signature!

Chiva Regal 18 Year Blended Scotch Whisky Chivas Regal 18 Year Blended Scotch Not the Gold Signature!The Gold Signature is not so Golden

By Matt Goldstein

Qualifiers get a little cliché and seem to be lame excuses for making a claim unsure of how it can be perceived, but let us start out by saying that we absolutely love the Chivas Regal 12 Year Blended Scotch Whisky.  For about $35, it’s a very solid buy and a very good scotch.  However, the older more mature brother, the Chivas Regal 18 Year Blended Scotch Whisky misses the mark when it comes to Scotch.  There are too many studs in this category and price range to give this whisky any props at all.  The Chivas Regal 18 year retails for about $60 but there is a complete lack of complexity and character.  The Chivas Regal 18 is smooth and does have the quintessential blended scotch whisky taste, but that’s about the whole story.  “Chivas Regal 18 includes over 20 of Scotland’s rarest single malt whiskies,” according to Chivas.  This whisky is just too flat for an experienced taste and right now we cannot recommend it for $60.  Check out the awards for the Chivas 18 Year below because these are some strong accolades.  We would definitely like to review if again to see if we caught it on a bad day.

2005 Gold winner, Deluxe blend Scotch whisky 18 year old category, International Spirits Competition cocktail awards

2007 Blended Scotch Whisky of the Year, Malt Advocate

2008 Double gold winner, San Francisco World Spirits Competition

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Tullamore Dew 10 Year Single Malt: One of the Most Unique Irish Whiskeys

Tullamore Dew 10 Year Single Malt Irish Whiskey Tullamore Dew 10 Year Single Malt: One of the Most Unique Irish Whiskeys Quadruple Cask Complexity

By Matt Goldstein

One of Ireland’s best and most famous whiskeys, Tullamore Dew was first distilled in 1829.  Now, this staple of Irish whiskey has released a signature single malt that could be the most unique Irish whiskey’s on the market.  Tullamore Dew 10 Year Single Malt is the only Irish whiskey aged in four different casks, Old Bourbon, Dry Oloroso Sherry, Port and Madeira casks.  When most people think single malt, their assuming single malt scotch, however, single malt merely means the whiskey is made with malt only and whiskey from one distillery.  As opposed to most whiskies which are blends and a mix of grains and different whiskies from different distilleries, this Irish single malt is a contemporary distinction in the maturation of whiskey.

Bourbon casks are used in most Irish whiskeys and Scotches, however, the Whiskey Goldmine at Tullamore Dew Tasting Tir Na Nog 300x225 Tullamore Dew 10 Year Single Malt: One of the Most Unique Irish Whiskeys Sherry, Port and Madeira Cask addition is where this whiskey separates itself.  Most will claim that these three casks are used to ad sweetness to the whiskey and many times that is the case, however, the Tullamore Dew 10 Year Single Malt isn’t just an Irish whiskey with added sweetness, but an Irish whiskey with real character.

The Tullamore Dew 10 Year Single Malt Tasting Notes: 

A very unique flavor for any whiskey, there are notes of oak, wood, malt, fruit and vanilla.  Slightly smooth and more complex than the average Irish whiskey, this is solid and we recommend giving it a try.

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The Crown Royal Cask No 16 Cognac Finish Canadian Whisky

Crown Royal Cask No 16 Cognac Finish The Crown Royal Cask No 16 Cognac Finish Canadian WhiskyA Canadian Blend Matured in Cognac Casks

By Matt Goldstein

The Crown Royal Cask No 16 is a blended Canadian Whisky made up of more than 50 different individually aged whiskies.  Winning the award of best Canadian Whisky of the year by Malt Advocate, the Crown Royal No 16 is a hand crafted blend. The whiskey is matured for the majority of its aging in whiskey barrels but then transferred to oak cognac barrels made from the Limousin forest in France.  The cognac casks are marked with the signature 16 to indicate their place of origin in Limousin.  This is an exceptional Canadian Whisky, with character and complexity not often found in Canadian Blends.  For the first time ever, Crown Royal Master Blender Andrew Mackay brought together Crown Royal Whisky with Cognac.

Crown Royal Cask No 16 Tasting Notes:

With scents of oak, malts, grains and sugar, and a sweet scent with slight hint of honey or syrup, the Crown Royal Cask No 16 is a very smooth whisky.  More complex than the average Canadian whisky but sometimes too smooth and a thin mouth feel with thin smooth finish the flavors of oak are very cognac esque while the flavors of grain distinct to Crown Royal.  This is a very good whiskey for a Canadian Blend.  We highly recommend this for Cognac drinkers.  Priced at about $70.

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L’Chaim: A Kosher Vodka from Israel!

LChaim Kosher Vodka from Israel L’Chaim: A Kosher Vodka from Israel!Triple Distilled in Small Batches: L’Chaim to Life!

By Matt Goldstein & Amy K. Haight

When a friend of ours invited us over for a New Years Day feast of the traditional Dutch Pork and Sauerkraut, we thought it would be funny to bring over a kosher vodka from Israel to pair it with and it was a hit.  The L’Chaim Kosher Vodka from Israel is a process and recipe is based on a formula handed down through several generations of European and Russian Jews.  L’chaim sources its own spring water shunning any filtering and de-mineralization treatments.  Many vodka’s go out of their way to brag about their pure water and filtration processes and proclaim how much better it makes the vodka, however, we are not so sure.  L’Chaim Vodka is triple distilled in Or Akiva on Israel’s coastal plain.  A small batch vodka, L’Chaim is a solid buy for about $22 if you can find it on sale.

L’Chaim Vodka Tasting Notes:

Smooth, spicy and flavorful with a good enough bite and a little complexity.  We tried L’Chaim Vodka straight, on the rocks and in an orange martini style cocktail and enjoyed all three.  Basically, we just squeezed a couple of very small oranges into the vodka put what was left of the oranges in the very.  Very simple to make and very good, not too much sugar or syrups or anything else needed.  This is a solid vodka.

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LChaim Kosher Vodka Poster L’Chaim: A Kosher Vodka from Israel!From L’Chaim Vodka:

L’CHAIM is a message of unity and inclusiveness, The theme TO LIFE is a compelling concept. L’Chaim brings together all people from everywhere regardless of social, political, cultural, economic or religious backgrounds. Enjoy L’CHAIM branded products and celebrate life. L’CHAIM!

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Disappointing Organic Wines: Parducci Sustainable Red & the Green Truck Petite Sirah

Green Truck Petite Sirah Red Wine Disappointing Organic Wines: Parducci Sustainable Red & the Green Truck Petite SirahAre Organic Wines Really Safer?

By Matt Goldstein & Amy K. Haight

Our team has been on the lookout for inexpensive organic wines to see if there are any wines on the market that can compete in terms of complexity and price with the rest of the wine world as a whole.  To be fair, organic wine grapes like all other organic fruits and vegetables are still sprayed with pesticides.  Hard to believe but yes, all organic farms in the world use pesticides, however these pesticides are all natural, as opposed to the more modern man made pesticides which would be considered non-organic.  (Many scientists in the industry claim that the non-organic pesticides are actually safer for human consumption.)  Time will tell which is better for us…

For now, let’s discuss these two organic wines that we found at Wegman’s Pub this past weekend.  Let’s start with the Green Truck Petite Syrah.  According to Green Truck, “organic farming requires a commitment to a method of farming that eliminates dependence on chemical fertilizers and toxic fungicides and insecticides in favor of natural practice.”  The Petite Syrah Grapes were organically grown at the Mendocino County vineyards by the Barra family and the grapes underwent gentle de-stemming and crushing.  Unfortunately, the Green Truck Petite Syrah was basically flat and completely lacked any complexity.  The scent of the wine was solid and sharp, but the rest was all downhill.  Tasting Notes: Mild, smooth, not very grainy, with a thin mouthfeel and having legs in the glass.  Flat and watered down, more like  unsweetened grape juice.  The Green Truck Petite Syrah has no body and no structure.  This is a below average table wine and we most likely would try it again.  Retail price $12.00

parducci wines Disappointing Organic Wines: Parducci Sustainable Red & the Green Truck Petite SirahThe Parducci Sustainable Red was definitely better than the Green Truck but nothing to write home about.  The Parducci Sustainable Red is a red table wine and the Parducci Vineyards are locally owned and operated in California’s Mendocino County.  Parducci practices “sustainable winegrowing, protecting the environment and supporting our communities and local farmers.”  The Parducci table red has a slight bite, and a bit of flavor with a better concistency than the Green Truck but overall is flat with no aroma.  This organic wine was also a bit disappointing and we would not go out of our way to try this again.  Retail price $11.00

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Featured New Years Eve Champagne: The Lamarca Prosecco

Lamarca Prosecco 202x300 Featured New Years Eve Champagne: The Lamarca ProseccoA Light & Refreshing Prosecco for all Champagne Drinkers

By Matt Goldstein & Amy K. Haight

The Lamarca Prosecco is a sparkling wine made in the Trevisio area of Northern Italy from the Prosecco grape.  Prosecco is best consumed soon after production while it still retains its youthful fruitiness and stimulating acidity, just like all champagne and sparkling wines as they are already aged to their peak by the time they reach the shelves.  That’s right, there’s no need to age champagne, it’s better to drink it now!  In 2007 La Marca Prosecco was awarded a “Top 100 wines of the Year” by Wine Spectator and in 2010 considered “One of the fruitiest and one of the most aromatic” by the Wall Street Journal.  Made from 100% Prosecco grapes harvested in early September, then sourced from hundreds of small vineyards throughout the region the Lamarca Prosecco was started from a wine growing cooperative.

The Lamarca Prosecco is a light grayish Bache in color with just a hint of gold.  The flavor is Light in fruit and a very slight dry, showing some complexity.   With a good but crispness, the Lamarca Prosecco gets sweeter the more you sip.  This is a very nice glass of bubbly.  Subtle and mild, this is the type of champagne that would appeal to the masses.  Light and refreshing, perfect for beginners and the experienced, the Lamarca Prosecco is a well rounded, balanced and subtle sparkling wine and we would drink it again and again.  For $15, it’s a very solid buy and we absolutely recommend it.

Tasting Notes from Lamarca:

This sparkling wine is pale, golden straw in color. Bubbles are full textured and persistent. On the nose the wine brings fresh citrus with hints of honey and white floral notes. The flavor is fresh and clean, with ripe citrus, lemon, green apple, and touches of grapefruit, minerality, and some toast. The finish is light, refreshing, and crisp.

Recommended Cuisine:

La Marca Prosecco has the charm to stand alone as an aperitif, but it also has the body and the acidity to match well with a range of fragrant and spicy dishes. Try it with seafood, mild cheeses and any tomato-rich dish, or even with fruit-based desserts.

Finished Wine:

Varietal Content: 100% Prosecco 

Varietal Origin: IGT Veneto 

Alcohol: 11.30% by vol. 

Residual Sugar: 1.7 g/100ml 

Total Acidity: .58 g/100ml 

pH: 3.2 

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The Tullamore Dew Irish True Irish Whiskey Tour!

Tullamore Dew Irish True The Tullamore Dew Irish True Irish Whiskey Tour!Free Whiskey, Free Food, Music and Poetry Spreading the Irish Love

NEW YORK– Independent, family-owned distillers William Grant & Sons Ltd. today announced the roll-out of a multi-million dollar global investment in Tullamore Dew – the world’s number two Irish whiskey brand – with the launch of a global integrated communications campaign, supporting a groundbreaking, new ‘Irish True’ advertising creative, as well as the announcement of new packaging.

In a radical departure for Irish whiskey, a new global TV and print campaign features striking images and charismatic characters, evoking the true spirit of the Irish: intriguing yet approachable, sociable but serious, humorous and poignant; in a tone of voice that is both poetic and rebellious. The campaign features posters, wall art and digital roll-out in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Philadelphia, supported by under-the-radar events, bringing to life the Irish True Spirit. The stunning new packaging is scheduled for introduction in mid-2012.

Tullamore Dew is currently one of the fastest growing Irish whiskey brands, almost doubling in sales since 2005. The multi-million dollar investment has been prompted by the brand’s rapid growth, driven largely by increased consumer demand for Irish whiskey in the USA and emerging Irish whiskey markets such as the Czech Republic and Germany, where the brand already occupies a leadership position and is outperforming its competitors. William Grant & Sons’ ambition is that investment in a heavyweight integrated campaign and new look packaging will rapidly accelerate the global growth of Tullamore Dew, further strengthening its position as one of the world’s best loved Irish whiskey brands.

The development of the campaign has been helmed by Tullamore Dew Global Brand Director Shane Hoyne, who assembled a stellar team to develop the new brand campaign, collaborating with international agency McCann Erickson, as well as creative radical Jeff Weiss and renowned film maker Jake Scott.

“With Tullamore Dew, we want to establish a different definition of ‘Irishness’ – as something that people can relate to the world over and something that is rooted in the incredible spirit of the people,” Commented Hoyne. “We have significant plans for the future of this fantastic brand. Irish whiskey is an exceptionally dynamic category, and we believe that with this new investment and integrated campaign we can establish Tullamore Dew as a truly global player.”

“We are proud to be bringing this honest representation of the Irish spirit to the United States,” said Laura Gwilliam, Senior Brand Manager for Tullamore Dew in the United States. “From its poetry,music, and unique spirit of rebelliousness to the distinctive camaraderie of a true Irish Pub, Ireland’s cultural contributions to the world have been hugely influential, and we are excited to be bringing that spirit to life here in the U.S.”

About Irish True

‘Irish True’ is Tullamore Dew’s new integrated global brand platform and has been designed to challenge the category advertising norms. ‘Irish True’ reflects the true spirit of the Irish in a tone of voice that is both poetic and rebellious. Daniel E. Williams, who founded the distillery in 1829, refused to compromise as he strove to create a smoother Irish whiskey with gentle complexity and ‘Irish True’ celebrates the spirit of those who stay true in the face of adversity. In an irreverent, tongue-in-cheek execution the TV advert features a trio of Irishmen enjoying a last ‘glasses up’ with their arresting officer; while the poster advertisements feature a series of characters, each with their own dramatic call to action that evokes the essence of the ‘true Irish’ character.

About Tullamore Dew

Tullamore Dew is the second largest Irish whiskey in the world in the fastest growing category. It has been widely acclaimed by whiskey connoisseurs, most recently winning five awards at this year’s prestigious International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC), including ‘Gold Best in Class’ for its highly acclaimed Tullamore Dew 10-Year-Old Reserve. The brand has now achieved an impressive record of 29 gold medal awards in the last 10 years.

With an intriguing smooth yet complex character, Tullamore Dew is triple distilled, but is also a unique blend of all three types of Irish whiskeys; the pot still, malt and grain whiskeys. Using only the finest grains and purest water, it is patiently aged in specially seasoned oak casks to develop its complexity – making it the perfect toast when out, or with friends at home. Tullamore Dew is best enjoyed straight up, on the rocks, or served long with soda and a wedge of lime.

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Buffalo Trace Releases Rice Bourbon & Oat Bourbon

buffalo trace bourbon logo Buffalo Trace Releases Rice Bourbon & Oat BourbonLatest Two Experiments by Sazerac

FRANKFORT, Franklin County, Ky –Those creative distillers have been up to it again at Buffalo Trace Distillery. The latest round of whiskies in the Experimental Collection are two bourbons – one made with rice and one made with oats. And like their breakfast-sounding names, both provide a hearty mouthful without being over powerful.                 

“For this experiment, we were curious to taste what would happen when we substituted the rye grain in our traditional recipe with other grains like rice and oats,” said Harlen Wheatley, master distiller at Buffalo Trace Distillery. “The results are very different from each other, and different than typical bourbon, but both are pleasant surprises.”  This whiskey experiment yielded very few bottles, but some will be available in select U.S. stores in late December.Details are as follows:       

Rice Bourbon Whiskey – These barrels were filled on April 30, 2002, and aged on the 7th floor of Warehouse I for 9 years and 5 months.  Corn, malt and rice are the ingredients used in the recipe, resulting in a very clean aroma with the barrel notes of caramel and spice.  A crisp flavor on the tongue is noticed, without any heaviness or oiliness whatsoever. A slight dryness near the end provides a quick finish. It is a very delicate whiskey.  Oat Bourbon Whiskey – These barrels have the same fill date, aging location and aging time as the Rice Bourbon. Corn, malt and oats are the ingredients used in this recipe, resulting in a pleasantly smoky nose with a rich aroma of toasted oats that offers a nice complexity. On the palette, the smokiness intrigues as hints of dried fig and stone fruit come through, and eventually give way to an earthy finish. There are more than 1,500 experimental barrels of whiskey now aging in the warehouses of Buffalo Trace Distillery. Each of these barrels has unique characteristics that differentiate it from all others. Some examples of these experiments include unique mash bills, type of wood and barrel toasts. In order to further increase the scope, flexibility and range of the experimental program, an entire micro distillery, named The Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr. “OFC” Micro Distillery, complete with cookers, fermenting tanks and a state-of-the-art micro still has been constructed within Buffalo Trace Distillery.

The Experimental Collection will be packaged in 375ml bottles. Each label will include all the pertinent information unique to that barrel of whiskey. These whiskeys will retail for approximately $46.35 each. They are 45% alcohol by volume. Each experiment is very rare and very limited

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