Interesting fact… Elmer T Lee Single Barrel whiskey spells its name whiskey as it originates in America. Had it been produced in Scotland its name would be Elmer T Lee Single Barrel whisky, instead of whiskey.
Nose: Nutty and oaked. Herbal, buttery toffee.
Palate: Sweet and supple, toffee, citrus, oak, char.
Finish: Dry, oaky spices.
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.