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Old Ezra 7 Year Old

(70cl, 50.5%)

Old Ezra 7 Year Old

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Old Ezra 7 Year Old Bottling Note

A 7 year old sour mash bourbon from the Ezra Brooks range (though on this one you'll find the name 'Old Ezra' emblazoned on the label).

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Caramel, orange blossom, crushed hazelnuts, a peppery flourish of oak.

Palate: Warming cedar spice continues on the palate, joined by robust vanilla and a touch of corn.

Finish: Quite long, with a fiery hint of cinnamon and red chilli right on the end.

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Old Ezra 7 Year Old Reviews

Nice, but I like Ezra Black Label better for some reason...

I wanted to try a bottom shelf bourbon and discovered the black label Ezra Brooks (45%) and Evan Williams (43%) - both are fantastic for the price here in the US (and yes, they're bottom shelf here). Ezra is a bit better value. Both are comparable (same distillery, same mash bill, same cask char, Evan is a bit older, Ezra - a bit higher abv).

Anyway, I was excited to try a more premium "refined" version of Ezra - the "Old Ezra" 7 Year Old. It certainly costs a bit more money. The standard Ezra black has a cork, the "Old 7" is a plastic twist off. ??? Well, that's not my beef, I don't care. Old 7 tastes a bit difficult to me. No, it's not the 50.5%, I can always water it down to whatever I want. It just tastes difficult. I've been giving it a chance - coming back to it, letting the pour breathe, etc. I don't hate it, it's good, but the cheaper black is just better (to me). Could be that I like younger bourbons. I had a similar experience with bonded Old Granddad - difficult.

So this is an interesting entry, interesting data point for me, but not likely a repeat purchase. Too many bourbons yet to try :) Will try Ezra Rye at some point.

8th February 2018

Spicy, just like my women

Tasting notes right on the money. Couldn't identify the taste till I saw the cedar reference. Got it in the advent calendar, and definitely in the top half of the 24. Nice long finish, not too strong. Would buy.

20th January 2018

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