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1792 Small Batch

(75cl, 46.9%)

1792 Small Batch

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1792 Small Batch Bourbon Bottling Note

All the way back in 1792, Kentucky officially became a state. Many moons later, 1792 Small Batch bourbon was named after that very same year. As it happens, it's a Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey. Coincidence? We think not. This expression features mashbill with a generous helping of rye, resulting in a flavour profile packed with herbal spice alongside the classic caramelised sugar, buttered corn and toasted oak notes you find in top-notch bourbons. Great for sipping over a couple ice cubes on a sunny evening.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Buttery warmth up front, followed by black pepper and Sesame Snaps. Soft smoky hints of charred oak and cinnamon.

Palate: Runny caramel, clove, cardamom, corn grilled on a BBQ, peanut brittle and spicy rye.

Finish: A little hint of cinnamon and citrus on the finish.

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1792 Small Batch Reviews

A chewy bourbon!

As with any bourbons of this proof, a teaspoon of water really opens it up and lessens the burn. I really am enjoying this whiskey. Full bodied but well rounded, 1792 has some spicy notes after an initial sugar hit. I would call this a "chewy" bourbon! Something that really fills the mouth in a way some lighter bourbons or single malts don't. Good value too.

27th December 2020

I look forward to buying this again

Note: I’m by no means a connoisseur, and for context come from a background of Makers, Bulleit, Woodford, JB double oak.

I noticed more of a burn than I’m used to, which faded nicely with a drop of water and brought some sweetness out. Enjoyable both ways. Also mixed nicely for an Old Fashioned. I paid £27. I would buy this again. The bottle is nice too.

19th December 2020

A great bourbon for the price

A real treat, it’s like drinking a banana cream pie. Highly recommend.

18th December 2020

Not bad, not great

I'm trying 1792 for the first time. I like it better with a splash of cold water. The water mellows out the spice and brings out the sweetness. It is a bit on the oaky and leathery side as far as taste. I don't get the carmel and vanilla others talk about. Overall not bad for $30 but I've had better in the price range.

12th December 2020

A great value for the price.

This is how Bourbon should taste. It's a bit in your face, not particularly smooth, but has so much instant flavour, especially coming from the oak wood it's casked with. It's a throwback bourbon, and I believe that's a good thing. In your face, honest, not particularly complex but that's why one drinks bourbon. It's a bourbon that doesn't apologize for what it is. Well done.

27th September 2020

Excellent

The best bourbon i have tasted yet, very strong and complex but smooths out and delivers a wonderful fulfillment on my tastebuds😋

26th June 2020

Confused but smooth

Just an amateur bourbon guy here, adding to my infinity Whiskey bottle & Bourbon bottle, purchased.

To taste: Firstly (sipped as hot coffee) ABV is present, but doesn't kill the flavours ("Lower" scale amateurs may find that the ethanol saturates the taste). Tasting states vanilla & caramel, I can see where they get caramel from as it is sweet & has depth, but I don't catch any vanilla. The lasting taste on the tongue is very good (Maybe the best part as it leaves you wanting to go back). After a drop of water there are enhanced flavours of caramel & the vanilla starts to shine through, so I would suggest my pallet hides it behind the ethanol at the start. there is some flavour I would give as wood but I have no idea what I could state it as.

To nose: A deep smell of cherry cough drops, slight sweetness, but definitely medicine. It does have a corn mash smell (Obviously its Bourbon!!). Small punch of ethanol, but this could be anticipated from the ABV level

Look this is a well rounded drink for £35, but I believe after the bottling & bourbon colour that it leaves something to be desired. a price rise would render it totally confused as I believe its on the ladder looking to climb up but needs something to help it along the way.
1 - Shite
2 - Potential but needs something else
3 - well rounded, sometimes confusing & needs refining
4 - simply memorable, not overplayed & a great lasting taste
5 - Perfection

2nd June 2020

Meh. Not "bad" but not good.

Only fair. Too corny-tasting & just not what I'd hoped for. Was expecting more spice/bite in a whiskey reputed to have a higher rye content. I'd be willing to try the barrel-strength over this to see if that could change my stance any, but right now, I am NOT committed to ever buying a 2nd bottle of this.

30th April 2020

Great tasting!

Best I've ever tasted!!!

8th March 2020

New

Is this single malt/blended malt/blended grain?

21st October 2019

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