Bourbon Whiskey - 2013
International Wine & Spirit Competition
Worldwide Whiskey - Bourbon - 2013
What's in a name? Eagle Rare 10 Year Old whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Eagle Rare 10 Year Old whisky, rather than whiskey.
I drink it neat. A great whiskey doesn't need ice, or a mixer. It has an even, long finish, and a very balanced and smooth front note. It has quickly become my favorite.
15th April 2014
We don't have a lot of American whiskies sold here in Estonia, so when I saw this today in one of Tallinn's best liquor stores, I didn't think too long. Having tried all kinds of Scotch for about a year, I had longed for a good entry into bourbon world for quite a while. And I think this is as good an entry as it gets. At first it felt spicier than I had expected, but that was probably just my tongue getting used to it. The 2nd and 3rd sip were already perfectly balanced and now I'm on my 4th glass. Very smooth and easy to drink, yet you feel that it is special stuff. Nice long vanilla aftertaste. Definitely a good buy.
4th April 2014
Smooth, smooth, smooth, and incredibly delicious, lots of Vanilla and caramel with smoke at the end, Angel light on the tongue, an absolutely beautiful sipping whiskey, one of my favourites
30th December 2013
Excellent and smooth. Got it for $20, will buy again.
3rd September 2013