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Heaven Hill 8 Year Old 2009 (cask 152708) - Copper Monument

(70cl, 63%)

Heaven Hill 8 Year Old 2009 (cask 152708) - Copper Monument

Heaven Hill 8yo #152708 Bottling Note

An intriguing release from newly-launched independent bottler, Copper Monument. This is an 8 year old bourbon, distilled by Heaven Hill in 2009 and matured in a single cask until 2017, when it was bottled at full-on cask strength. Indie bourbons are not common at all, so we expect this to pique the interest of many whiskey enthusiasts.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fried banana and vanilla ice-cream, with a whack of allspice for good measure.

Palate: Dark chocolate bitterness balanced by intense caramel sweetness. A touch of corn gives it a savoury note.

Finish: Peppery and very warming.

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Heaven Hill 8 Year Old 2009 (cask 152708) - Copper Monument Reviews

Mick C, United Kingdom
2nd May 2021
A lovely Single cask Indie Bourbon.
I have to say that i rather enjoyed this bottling. Even at cask strength i didn't find it difficult to access aromas and flavours, which i found plenty of too. An independently bottled single cask Bourbon, very nice indeed.
Mick - The whiskey chaps
Tom, United Kingdom
30th May 2020
Single cask or scraping barrel?
Eh. Really, really disappointing sadly. The lack of complexity is confusing. Is it the strength and burn? No, unfortunately the addition of water doesn’t bring more to the fore than the strangely subdued vanilla, with lack of sweetness. The pepper on the tongue combined with the fire from the barrel strength burns away other notes; one dimensional and bland, like single note being held on a tuba. No higher, elegant spices, a lack of interest, Absence of balance. Ended up using it as a mixer. Ho hum.

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