Corn Whiskey 13 Year Old 2009 Single Cask (Master of Malt) 70cl

American Whiskey • 70cl • 64.9%
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Corn Whiskey 13 Year Old 2009 Single Cask (Master of Malt)
£49.95
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Country American Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Heaven Hill
Bottler Master of Malt
Distillation Date August 2009
Style Corn Whiskey
Bottling Date October 2022

Corn Whiskey 13yo '09 MoM

Corn whiskey is not to be confused with bourbon. Yes, the signature grain in the latter is corn (at least 51%), but to be classified as a corn whiskey in America your mashbill needs to be at least 80% corn. This particular expression was distilled at Kentucky's Heaven Hill distillery, and bottled up by yours truly at a whopping 64.9% ABV in October 2022 after it was matured in a single refill hogshead for 13 years. There are only 285 bottles of this one and it's a bit of bargain so don't hold back.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Rich and creamy with toffee, golden syrup, and white chocolate mice. Toasted oak, orange peel, and brown sugar.

Palate Vanilla pod earthiness, cooking apples, Sugar Puffs, and a little nutmeg, with black tea and an edge of cracked black pepper.

Finish Honeyed nuts and a touch of crème anglaise.

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Reviews for Corn Whiskey 13 Year Old 2009 Single Cask (Master of Malt)
Sampled alongside Rare Breed and JD's Single Barrel Barrel Proof....
Compared to these two classic American big hitters, this Heaven Hill definitely holds it's own. Of course the high ABV means it packs quite the punch, and benefits from a little time left in the glass, but it also delivers plenty of vanilla sweetness, a little cinnamon and just a hint of walnut.

In answer to the review below, bourbon has to be aged in a newly charred oak barrel, whereas this corn whiskey was aged in a refill hogshead. As someone who really enjoys the rich BBQ, tobacco and wood spice flavours offered by well-aged bourbons, this is something I missed a little from this bottle hence the 4 stars. That said, this actually makes it the perfect stepping stone for Scotch lovers looking to sample something Stateside for the first time.
Sam S , United Kingdom
10 months ago
Bullseye
Big, high abv, flavoursome sipping bour… I mean corn whiskey. Speaking of, is this “corn whiskey” NOT “bourbon” cuz of mashbill or not new oak or…? I dunno, but what I do know is that at 64.9% and £50 this is a winner
E.E. , United Kingdom
10 months ago
One for your collection?
Definitely a sweet syrupy, brown sugar, orange peel nose. On the palate, a strong tasting toasted oak/vanilla moving to burnt sugar and seriously spicy whisky 'hug' with a dry longish finish. Not for the novice... But a very interesting balanced result nevertheless.
Neil Welch , United Kingdom
one year ago
James of Greenwich
Lets keep this version to ourselves, & not tell the crowd (especially the Americans they have enough fun chasing unicorns). So an appropriate 3 star from me . Worth a punt for a serious
fan of the genre.
James , United Kingdom
one year ago