What's in a name? Blanton's Gold Edition whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Blanton's Gold Edition whisky, rather than whiskey.
Nose: Oaky, dry. Plenty of fruit, mostly dried. Chewy peels, floral. Spicy.
Palate: Complex, enjoyable top notes, chewy oak. Dark stone fruits, deep spices, peppy and rich.
Finish: Long, toffee, drying.
If I could only have one bourbon, this is it!
13th March 2014
9th September 2012
This whiskey may have finally converted me to bourbon. Ive ordered another one already.
15th August 2012
This is truly superb A truly great bourbon very sad it is out of stock
21st August 2010