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Jefferson's Reserve Bourbon

(75cl, 45.1%)
Jefferson's Reserve Bourbon

Jefferson's Reserve Details

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(McLain & Kyne)

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What's in a name? Jefferson's Reserve Bourbon whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Jefferson's Reserve Bourbon whisky, rather than whiskey.

$89.62

Jefferson's Reserve Bottling Note

The bigger, higher proof brother to the standard (and also excellent Jefferson's), Jefferson's Reserve is a well-aged, medium bodied bourbon. The previous edition was labelled as a 15 year old, also note the spelling whisky without the 'E'…
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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Gentle, dried fruits, hay, warming, hints of spice, cream, vanilla. Lovely sweetness.

Palate: Very summery, light and supple bourbon which offers good, clean delivery, pleasant sweetness, hints of cigar leaf, pepper and toffee.

Finish: Long finish, with good oak integration, a little sweetness and dry spice lingers.

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User Reviews of the Jefferson's Reserve Bourbon

Subtly scrumptious, yet still slightly one-dimensional

I have little experience of bourbon, having concentrated mostly on malt whisky over last several decades. I have tried JD, JB, JB Black and Jefferson's Std, so I am not an expert on bourbon, though I have gleaned as much as possible from tasting well over a hundred malts. This is definitely a corn-based drink- there is that pseudo-candy sweetness in the aftertaste which can be sleazy in lesser bourbons but in this is quite pleasant. The aftertaste is siblte but long-lasting. The initial 'wash' around the mouth has a pleasant bitterness, subsiding into a 'yellow' note, redolent of hay, with the bittercandy quickly following on. There is nothing nasty in this dram- this must be stated. I don't think any seasoned whisk(e)y drinker would actually object to this and in fact it is quite pleasant. tonight I actually bought this in preference to Famous Grouse 12 yo ALL MALT, for a change. So it's not bad at all, but with nothing like the complexity of a Scottish Malt whisky.

2nd November 2012

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