This is a cheeky NDP who uses their brand to indicate the states involved in producing and bottling their sourced spirits - the O, K and I are stand-ins for Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. According to them, it is distilled in Indiana, bottled in Kentucky, and loved in Ohio.
Very prominent corn. Vanilla, caramel, clove and cinnamon. Lots of tobacco. On the drier, spicier side of things.
Thin to medium mouth feel. A good bit of heat, hot for the proof. Fruity, faint passion fruit. Pepper, vanilla, clove, oak, tobacco, earthy. Bitter.
Short, but prickly hot. Peppery, dry. Lots of clove and tobacco.
For a 10 year old, this is drier, oakier, and much hotter than it should be.