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Booker's 7 Year Old True Barrel Bourbon (Batch 2014-07)

(75cl, 64.5%)

Booker's 7 Year Old True Barrel Bourbon (Batch 2014-07)

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Booker's (Batch 2014-07) Bottling Note

Booker's True Barrel Bourbon is a full-bodied, intense whiskey from the Jim Beam range, named in honour of Booker Noe, their former Master Distiller. Presented uncut and unfiltered, after a 6-to-8 year maturation, this tremendous brand is a top American treat. This particular bottling has been bottled at a robust 64.45%.

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Booker's 7 Year Old True Barrel Bourbon (Batch 2014-07) Reviews

Wow! This is what I call bourbon.

I recently partook of a couple of hefty tumblers of this with a friend in Nashville. It tasted like blazing velvet. Fiendishly strong, but so full of flavour and smoother than you would possibly imagine. All those syrupy tastes, that I personally love in a bourbon, come through in abundance, and followed by a long complex finish. In my opinion, anything added to it is going to take something away. I don't like ice or water in any bourbon, but in this it would seem sacrilege. It is extreme, dark and delicious. Just sit down, relax, sip it slowly over a long time and watch downtown Nashville light up. Bliss.

24th June 2015

True Taste of Bourbon

This is a intense full-bodied bourbon that needs to be tried in stages to truly appreciate the complexity of taste presented. First try it straight and know that it will burn from the moment it hits the tongue but you will note the appropriate amount of smoke, caramel, and oak flavors. Next try it with a splash of water to bring out caramel accents and the great creamy texture. Finally progress to the pouring it over ice where you will sip flavors of caramel, tobacco, oak, and enjoy the smooth velvety texture as the ice melts gradually. Best enjoyed with a cigar or fine pipe tobacco rocking in a chair on your porch.

15th May 2015

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