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In the year 1792, Kentucky became a state. 1792 Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey is named after that wonderful year. It's a spicy, rye-rich bourbon which is just asking to be enjoyed on a sunny evening with a few ice-cubes.
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Nice for the price. Easy to drink. Fairly smooth with a good nose. For $22, I would say it is a good value. You certainly wouldn't be sorry that you purchased it. Not quite as good as the 9-10 year old Evan Williams Single Barrel or WL Weller, but good.
2nd September 2016
Love this bourbon! One of my first pics as a new whiskey drinker....I couldn't have picked a better one👍
21st July 2016
E X C E L L E N T !
12th May 2016
This is my go to bourbon. The flavor is fantastic for a $30 bottle. (I'm not sure where our other friend from NY is buying his liquor. It's 29 in my NY neighborhood ) The sweet notes make this great to sip at the end of the day.
13th December 2015
I was disappointed with this when I first opened the bottle. It tasted "off" and it had the thinnest mouth-feel of any bourbon I have ever tried. But oxygen helped this whiskey immensely. In just a couple of days after bottle-opening the bourbon was completely transformed. I highly recommend it, and counsel just a bit of patience.
30th November 2015
Very well made and wonderful finish. I paid $25 in Texas. :)
25th November 2015
Sucks for the guy in New York. This was a real gem for $30 in Florida! Smooth and delicious.
20th September 2015
It's a delicious bourbon, but I'm from one of the more expensive states (New York) and it's regularly under $30. It's a great value here, butterscotch, praline; sweet and smooth vs some of the more rough and tumbles. Refined. But $80 is absurd. And to give you an idea of NY pricing, eagle rare 10yr is $10 more a bottle than across the state line to Connecticut. That's more than a 25% increase in bordering states. So I'm in an expensive area and you're charging triple my local price. Staggering. It's reasonable up to $35 if it's that rare in your community, otherwise walk away.
9th December 2014
This will leave your taste buds demanding you for more.
25th November 2014