Excerpt: Despite being 90 proof, the whiskey has good intensity and its flavors are well presented before it ramps up the heat during its finish. What it lacks in wow factor it makes up for in a solid delivery that justifies its $50 asking price.
Excerpt: While the bold sweetness and stone fruits take the lead, there is enough tobacco-laced tannin and spice to back up and balance the initial sweetness, as char-grilled corn flavors take this across the finish line and make it decidedly moreish.
Excerpt: The palate is a little exotic for a bourbon, with more of a floral character that leads into a body loaded with honey, butterscotch, and a spiced vanilla character. The finish is nutty and vaguely tropical — exotic, lots of fun, and quite worthwhile.