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Balcones 3 Year Old (That Boutique-y Whisky Company)

(50cl, 51.2%)

Balcones 3 Year Old (That Boutique-y Whisky Company)

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Balcones 3yo TBWC Bottling Note

This right here is batch two of That Boutique-y Whisky Company's Balcones single malt whisky, aged for three years before bottling! After it was distilled at Balcones in Texas, it was Tequila-cask-matured, so it's full of all those lovely green vegetal notes. It looks like the Hell 'n' Back tour is still going, only this time The Brimstone Cowboys have a new spectator! He's tending his agave plant while enjoying the fiery music, as you do.

Batch 2 is a release of 212 bottles.

‘That Boutique-y Whisky Company’ bottles single malts, single grains and bourbons from a variety of renowned distilleries as well as producing award-winning blended malts and blends. These whiskies are adorned with cultish graphic novel-style labels.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Perfectly balanced sweet and savoury notes, with vegetal and somewhat funky agave in the foreground, loads of smoked, dried herbs and a pinch of salt, with fresh berries and caramel in support.

Palate: Almost oily mouthfeel, much more savoury than the nose may suggest with freshly cut grass and heaps of vegetal agave, with a burst of sharp lemon juice and a subtle suggestion of dried sour cherries.

Finish: Heavy pepper spice on the finish, followed by more grassy notes fading into sweeter tones of tinned pineapple, with a lingering smokiness.

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Balcones 3 Year Old (That Boutique-y Whisky Company) Reviews

Single cask, high(ish) abv, fun and delicious.

A really interesting take on the often stuffy single cask category.
Balcones are consistently delicious in all of their core releases and it's nice to see a one off bottling like this which tastes great and doesn't take itself too seriously

11th October 2019

response to the bad and response by balcones distilling reviews

Have yet to try this, but this is a single malt whisky , not a straight whiskey, hence why it says single malt on the bottle and not straight.

18th September 2019

Response by Balcones Distilling

Howdy folks! I can assure you that neither this bottling nor any bottling that has ever or will ever bear the Balcones name has been or will be colored or flavored or sweetened in any way. The bottling doesn't say "straight" because "Straight Malt Whisky" can only utilize first use-casks. Also, this wasn't bottled in the United States and to my understanding "Straight" isn't used on any UK bottlings at all. Could be wrong on that last part, but once again, there are NO additives in this or ANY Balcones Whisky. Cheers, folks!

10th September 2019

Bad

Adulterated, lack of “straight” on label. I agree with the other poster, this feels sickeningly sweet

27th June 2019

No sugar added by Balcones

I know the Balcones team personally there is certainly no sugar added or any other additives. Their whisky is strongly flavored and spends time in small casks in the high summer temperatures of Waco Texas; the flavor and their craft is 100% authentic. Please inform yourself.

26th June 2019

IF one likes added sugar to Whisky

Taste like you added sugar.. Real Whisky has no sugar added..

23rd June 2019

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