Insider knowledge: Noah's Mill whiskey is named whiskey by virtue of the fact it's from America. If distilled in Scotland the spelling would be Noah's Mill whisky, as opposed to whiskey.
My best friend recently gave me 1/4 bottle of what I thought would be an average bottle of whiskey (no offense to my friend). It turns out it is in fact the nicest and strongest Bourbon I have ever tasted. I was however surprised by its hefty price tag. I drink a bottle of CHEAP mainstream whiskey costing around £10 (sorry all you whiskey lovers WITH COKE to hide the nasty taste) each week but I would now consider jut having 1 bottle of this per month as it is pure heaven. Thank you Noah and your Mill. I am going to club together with some pals and buy a couple of bottles for special occasions.
this is truely a great whisky, i found this on the internet a few years back and after reading a couple of reviews on it i decided to see what all the fuss was a\bout!....whoa! is this a mighty whisky by anyones standard!...crisp, clean and boy does it pack a punch!...be warned, this aint for the faint hearted!...if your up for a challenge try it neat, but be careful or it'l wallop ya socks off lol....i take it with a little spring water just to soften that huge bite a little...but either way this truely is a masterful spirit that should'nt be missed for all whisky fans....go ahead, but be warned......
Batch QBC No 02-103
Intense, earthy and visceral. Robust aromas in a Bardstown style. Softly grainy and violety before there’s an explosion of toffee/ coffee-caramel oak. The palate opens with the sharp rye grains. The oak s more controlled adding a serious spicy kick to the proceedings. Intense alcohol adds a herbal, almost minty fresh, palate cleansing feel before releasing the violet and earthy notes, before the oak returns with a drying coffee finish. Robust, primitive and elemental.
Water lifts the nose; now some lime rind can be detected as the oak is pushed back a bit. Still robust and toasty though. The palate is softer, with more of a candied corn character. The oak adds hickory, dark liquorice and pure coffee bean notes before bittering out the finale
So many people rave about pappy van winkle 23. For me this has way more complexity and depth. Awesome if you can buy a bottle get 3!
I have been a zealot for Maker's Mark 46 for several years. Recently while in Washington, D.C., I visited Shelley's a tobacco bar, and a gentleman at the next table said I should try Noah Mills-OMG. The flavor was like I enjoyed with 46, but BETTER. Fuller, richer, more than I would ever thought possible.
Noah Mills, you gave a new fan!