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An old-fashioned style of bourbon, Cabin Still is a sour mash whiskey from the Heaven Hill distillery.
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When you consider the price, it's not that bad, nose is fairly uninteresting with no discernible oak influence. Palate is clean, the corn dominates all other notes and this follows through on the finish. Certainly a bottle you don't have to feel guilty about drinking too much of. If your looking for a bourbon to enjoy at the same price then go with Buffalo Trace or Old Fitzgerald. If your looking for a bourbon to finish amongst friends in a single evening then I'd go with Cabin Still.
11th February 2014
just got a bottle of you fast delivery for sure . had a little sip it's a smooth corn taste to it with tinge of sour on the finish ; not as harsh as Jack Daniel n07 , the nose is similar ...on the whole a great whiskey . I'm usually a single malt man , but U.S. bourbons are quite unique in their own right and have a place up there with the best !
18th December 2013
I've been drinking Cabin Still for about 2 years and find it a good smooth bourbon at a moderate price.
26th November 2013
This is an amazing whiskey at the price, smooth with a sweet nose and a clean finish. A great value whisky that proves you don't need to be rich to enjoy a good dram.
8th March 2013
An extremely nice bourbon at a very reasonable price. It is nicely sweet, without being overpowering and has subtle undertones of peanut. Very smooth and dangerously drinkable. Highly recommended.
18th January 2011