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Chicken Cock Whiskey 15yr Limited Edition

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  • Distiller:

    Undisclosed

  • Bottler:

    Chicken Cock

  • ABV:

    57%

  • Age:

    15 Years

  • Price:
    $$$$$
  • Raided Score: 88
  • Publication: Breaking Bourbon
  • Excerpt: While the bourbon delivers a robust well-rounded sip, its asking price is one to certainly give pause.
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  • Raided Score: 96
  • Publication: Drinkhacker
  • Excerpt: All told, there’s really nothing to complain about with this whiskey — except for the price, of course. Otherwise, it’s a spot-on exemplar that showcases Kentucky bourbon at its best.
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  • Raided Score: 91
  • Publication: Distiller
  • Excerpt: Supple and velvety, the palate features vanilla, date, and subtle aniseed, and finishes with a sweet note of cherry.
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  • Raided Score: 90
  • Publication: Whiskey Consensus
  • Excerpt: The price point on this bottle is certainly on the high end of what you’d expect to see for a 15-year limited release bourbon. But for someone looking for a special high-quality bottle of aged bourbon, this would be a wonderful choice.
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  • Raided Score: 88
  • Publication: Whiskey Raiders
  • Excerpt: Extra old but not overoaked, I'm thankful that Chicken Cock elected to bottle this straight from the barrel - showing off all the best features their extremely limited bourbon can display.
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  • Intro:

    Distilled by an Undisclosed distiller, this hyper limited release of 1,300 bottles comes to us from Chicken Cock Whiskey. Aged for 15 years and distilled in Kentucky, Chicken Cock Whiskey's 15yr Limited Edition is bottled at 57% ABV and carries a hefty $300 pricetag. Snag or pass? Let's find out.

  • Nose:

    Rich oak, decadent toffee, some pepper and an abundance of cocoa, caramel and vanilla cream. Opulent and enticing.

  • Taste:

    Rich on the palate, with a faint prickle of heat. Lots of dry oak here, though complemented nicely with more Werther's caramel, vanilla bean, butter cream, pepper and some praline. Drying on the palate.

  • Finish:

    Long finish, though dry and oaky. Not bitter or too tannic, but this bottling is one for the oak fans.

  • Overall:

    Delicious, complex, quite nice. Fans of oak and dessert will be most strongly drawn to this bottling, though $300 is still a tough pill to swallow.

  • Score:

    7

  • By t8ke
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