What's in a name? Elmer T Lee Single Barrel whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Elmer T Lee Single Barrel whisky, rather than whiskey.
Nose: Nutty and oaked. Herbal, buttery toffee.
Palate: Sweet and supple, toffee, citrus, oak, char.
Finish: Dry, oaky spices.
I feel like I was reborn as a Komodo Dragon, breathing a light firey aroma of caramel, marshmellow and faint cocoa. Dr. Elmer T. Lee infused smore-like brilliance into a whisky best enjoyed next to a solitary campfire, with the loneliness of the desert wind to keep you company.
3rd May 2014
Flavors are not burned away, lightly sweet, flavors change with serving temperatures. Room temperature to 0 degree F. Excellent. A toast to your amazing life, Elmer T Lee . Thank you!
27th April 2014
Had this at a pub, so not sure how long it was opened. Very easy to drink and has a natural sweetness about it with medium complexity.
20th February 2014
One of the best soour mash bourbons ever made, simple as..
7th October 2013
Strong right out of the bottle, it's best to let sit for a good 10min and the scent of oak, cinnamon, caramel, & roasted marshmallow fills the air. This bourbon is sweet and finishes smooth. A little afraid to give this such a high review as I'm hoping to continue to be able to purchase at my local store. I've been told it's already a semi-difficult bottle to find.
25th January 2013