Remus Repeal Reserve Series III
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Raided Score: 89 Publication: WhiskyCast Excerpt: The taste starts off with allspice and clove spices balanced by caramel cola and touches of tobacco leaves and brown sugar. The finish is nice and long with lingering spices and touches of caramel and honey. Read Full Review Raided Score: 86 Publication: Distiller Excerpt: A pleasing, creamy palate coats the tongue with classic notes of caramel, vanilla, and pepper. Read Full Review Raided Score: 90 Publication: Whisky Advocate Excerpt: The palate offers maple syrup sweetness, orchard fruit, root beer, and spices balanced by leathery oak tannins, before a long finish of chocolate, nougat, and candle wax. Read Full Review Raided Score: 91 Publication: Drinkhacker Excerpt: The finish is a bit peppery and heavy on the char, but that’s a nice foil to what’s come before. A little butterscotch hangs on for the finale. Read Full Review Raided Score: 88 Publication: Whiskey Raiders Excerpt: Well done once again from Remus here. The MGP crew shows off their distilling, aging and blending chops to great applause once more. Read Full Review
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Produced for the 2019 Medley of Remus' Repeal Reserve releases, the 3rd entry in the portfolio combines a collection of 2007, 2008 low rye and 2008 high rye bourbon.
Sweet cream, honey, caramel and nougat. Lovely character that leans sweet until a bit of pepper and cinnamon join on up.
Sweet on the palate. Rich and heavy mouth feel. Proof is well placed again. The blend delivers dessert in spades - tobacco, raisin bread, cocoa and caramel. Lightly nutty on the back palate.
Long, sweet finish. Nice balance of oak, creme brulee and clove and spice.
Well done once again from Remus here. The MGP crew shows off their distilling, aging and blending chops to great applause once more.
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