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.
Rich maple, honey, syrupy stewed fruits. Molasses and a good deal of vanilla butter cream.
Thick mouthfeel. Some heat, but not punishing. Peppery clove, vanilla and molasses are prominent flavors. There's a faint fruitiness, but it doesn't scream PX/Oloroso sherry.
Medium length, some heat. Lots of pepper with some really weird herbal flavors rising. Its minty and loaded with spicy pepper and clove.
This is very apparently high rye and was sort of a wild ride, but I dug it in the end. This is easily the best I've tasted from them, as their other products were fine at best.