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Colonel EH Taylor Small Batch Whiskey

(75cl, 50%)

Colonel EH Taylor Small Batch

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Colonel EH Taylor Bourbon Bottling Note

This small batch bourbon is named after Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, an incredibly important figure in bourbon's history from the 1800s who owned a whole host of distilleries and innovated production methods which are still used today. It's only right that the Colonel EH Taylor Small Batch lives up to his name by being absolutely amazing.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Caramel apples, fresh corn and cloves. Butterscotch sneaks in after a while.

Palate: More corn sweetness, mixed with slight spiciness of rye and cinnamon.

Finish: Medium and very rich with creamy vanilla.

Overall: A really great small batch bourbon.

Reviews for Colonel EH Taylor Small Batch
Excellent if you can get it
Very nice. A bit spicy like a mild rye. Really nice finish. Holds up to a bit of water but is excellent neat. My taste buds really like the stuff. Hard to impossible to get
2 years ago
Great bourbon.
This stuff makes a great old fashioned at 100 proof.
2 years ago
A great bourbon and well worth the money.
Worth every penny in my opinion. Whilst I may be considered a heathen for mixing it with Diet Coke this needs to be regarded as one of my favourite tipples. It’s light and smooth even at 50%. It drinks easy neat or mixed and is worth every penny. I actually think this is better than some of the harder to find bourbons. Whilst rare it’s not hard to find and a nice bottle for any collection just make sure you drink it and sharing it with friends is even better.
2 years ago
Really good!
Nose: Cinnamon Apples - baked apple pie.
Palate: Flowers, spice, bit nutty and salty. Cardamom, Winterfresh ??
After taste: Creamy.

Tried it straight, bit of water and then with ice. They were all pretty good but if I were to rate these: #1. Ice #2. Water #3. Straight.
, Japan
2 years ago
Nice warm Kentucky Hug on the way down. Price is definitely not ideal, but a must have on the shelf at home.
Really nice nose and body
Nose: baking spices, vanilla, caramel
Palate: baked fruits, vanilla, baking spice lingers
, United States
2 years ago
Really Nice
Really nice as expected, complex, has the burn and rye spice to it
Nose: baking apples, baking spices, corn, caramel, pear, bourbon vibes
Palate: apple pie, orchid fruits, rye spice, vanilla, nice burn good balance
Yes really nice but will knock a star off for price I’m not totally convinced, it does taste premium definitely, but £100 premium not so sure
2 years ago
Genuinely disappointing
This was one of the most disappointing whiskies I've had. It's certainly not bad, it's nice and smooth and has a decent flavour profile, but for a £100 whiskey... not a chance.

Noah's Mill, which is sold out here but available elsewhere, and Rowan's Creek in my view are far better for less.

Reading through reviews, there's clearly been an enormous surge in the price, as with most whiskey, but in my view this has definitely left value far behind.
, United Kingdom
3 years ago
Pretty good.
Tuath glass showing deep copper to a burnished tinge. The nose shows savory notes of roasted corn and hints of umami.

The palate is vanilla forward throughout. Surprisingly a lot of vanilla on the palate
, Japan
3 years ago
Excellent bourbon!
Was never a Bourbon drinking until I came up this lovely elixir while making a pit stop to the Buffalo Trace Distillery enroute to Florida last November. The distillery staff couldn't keep the good Colonel on the shelf. Bought a bottle there and then when back in Canada have bought 2 bottles since. Now sadly our British Columbia owned Government stores are all sold out. The Colonel was an amazing innovator and now he's an Amazing bourbon!
3 years ago
Great got it as gift wish I could find it just had the last swig
, United States
3 years ago

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