Distilled at MGP and aged for 4 years, this single barrel bourbon comes to us from Proof And Wood, bottled at barrel proof.
Baking spice, honey, peaches, a bit of oak and a hint of pepper. Nose is a bit on the younger side, though pleasant enough.
Honey, pepper, some toffee. Moderate mouthfeel, the ABV is fairly apparent here. It doesn't taste young - there are no malty, grainy, notes, but the ethanol is a hair unbridled. Pleasant, though not super complex.
Long, spicy finish. Peaches, brown sugar, big pepper notes. The ethanol is apparent once more, but doesn't wound.
This is pleasant enough. Of the plethora of 4ish yr MGP offerings on the market, this is somewhere in the middle for me. It's performing well at the price range it sits at, but if there's a Tumblin Dice around, snag that.