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An excellent brand owned by Buffalo Trace that uses similar methods and recipes to the ones Colonel E. H. Taylor introduced and improved during his time as a bourbon distiller in the late 1800s. The Single Barrel release is made with specially selected barrel exclusively aged in Warehouse C, which Taylor built himself in 1881! What a guy.
Nose: Some pretty spicy notes, rich with oak. It's cooled down with fruity figs and plums.
Palate: Sweet and buttery, with a surprising hint of orange peel. Some tobacco smokiness follows.
Finish: Very long indeed, the tobacco notes in full effect.
Overall: That Colonel E.H. Taylor sure knew what he was doing, and the distillers of this single barrel bourbon definitely do too. Simply fantastic.
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Very smooth, love the flavor!
29th November 2016
I sat down with a glass of Pappy Van Winkle 15 yo and a glass of Col EH Taylor single barrel. The Col was much better. Smooth. Great taste with a sweet finish. If you find a bottle, buy it. You won't be disappointed!
2nd July 2015
Orange peel on the nose. Absolutely silky palate. Like something out of a dream where you can fly and skip merrily across clouds then slide down a rainbow. So easy to drink yet not overly sugary.
14th May 2015
All I have to say about this is...WOW! Words cannot do this any justice. Grab a bottle if you can and hang on to it.
17th April 2015
Beautiful finish, a real surprise that this was so good
21st November 2014
Has a great red fruit finish similar to William Larue Weller from the BTAC. Great stuff and underrated.
16th July 2014