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Kings County Bourbon

(20cl, 45%)

Kings County Bourbon

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Kings County Bourbon Bottling Note

Kings County Bourbon was created at New York's Kings County Distillery with local organic corn and British malted barley and was distilled in imported Scottish copper stills. It is pleasingly presented in a simplistic bottle with only the essential information listed.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Soft fruity notes of citrus oil and pear are detectable through a prickle of cinnamon and plenty of butterscotch.

Palate: A very alcohol-forward palate has plenty of wood spice, vanilla and an underlying note of banoffee pie.

Finish: More woody tannins provide a slightly bitter, spiced finish.

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Kings County Bourbon Reviews

good but not sure its really a bourbon

so this is tasty but it does not really taste like bourbon to be honest. It is really light in color and has a more whiskey taste to it and something else I can not quite place. It is on the slightly peaty side, not sweet at all but not overly harsh either. Its worth the $30 to try and it is a really different and interesting bottle and label.

12th July 2018

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