Whiskey Wash on Blue Note: ‘Like A Good Partygoer, You Can Take This Whiskey Somewhere And It Will Hold Its Own Just Fine.’
Blue Note Bourbon has been impressing drinkers across the country with its combination of availability, extremely aggressive pricing, and compelling story.
Sourced from a Tennessee producer, Big River Distilling is the aging and bottling force behind Blue Note Juke Joint Whiskey – a 46.5% ABV American Whiskey that carries an age statement of at least 3 years old.
Review site and primary aggregate source The Whiskey Wash is the most recent to weigh in on Blue Note from BR Distilling. Expressing that “Like a good partygoer, you can take this whiskey somewhere and it will hold its own just fine. You don’t have to keep checking on it to make sure it’s ok. It’ll do well in whatever mix you try and give it. It’s not a wallflower.” it’s clear they were a fan, alongside the rest of the voices in the Whiskey World.
At the $30 price point, Blue Note has the chops to make a knock out cocktail, drink on the rocks, or sip neat. This kind of versatility at a price most people consider to be very accessible is a rarity in the whiskey world.
For all of the aggregate scores and the house review, check out the Whiskey Raiders entry for Blue Note Juke Joint Whiskey now.