Insider knowledge: Baker's 7 Year Old whiskey is named whiskey by virtue of the fact it's from America. If distilled in Scotland the spelling would be Baker's 7 Year Old whisky, as opposed to whiskey.
Nose: Fruity, caramel, toffee, dark fruit, spice.
Palate: Nutty, with good grip. Plenty of tangy fruit with vanilla spice and rounded char.
Finish: Rounded, good length, sweetness and coffee.
as like MM's description, very very nice. Has an interesting cognac note to it, lots of nice nuts and fruit, as well as the standard bourbon note of oak vanilla. Has a feel of real fire on the tongue, may put some people off but I Love a whisky that tells me it has a high alcohol content. Though if you find it off putting add a few drops to it to cool the smouldering lump that used to be your tongue down. This bourbon goes well with just a few drops of water.