Nose: Barbecue, steaks, brown sugar, raisins, honey roast pork. It's all there, a Texan aroma for a Texan whisky.
Palate: Peppery and sweet in equal quantities with some herbal undertones and BBQ sauce overtones.
Finish: The finish is like a pepper-rubbed steak with a little charcoal too!
Overall: What's not to like about this big smoky whisky? Brimstone is an incredibly apt name for this barbecue of a dram. There is no pretension here.