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MB Roland Single Barrel Straight Bourbon (56.7%)

(75cl, 56.7%)

MB Roland Single Barrel Straight Bourbon (56.7%)

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MB Roland Bourbon 56.7% Bottling Note

Another single barrel bourbon from the MB Roland team out in Kentucky, USA! With a combination of white corn, rye, and malt in the mash bill, and aged in a single barrel with a #4 char to it, this expression packs oodles of vanilla, caramel, and spiced oak notes. It's bottled up at a robust 56.7% ABV, so a drop of water might help to unlock some of its deeper flavours.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Brown sugar and cassia, with a waft of buttered corn underneath.

Palate: Quite chocolatey, though vanilla and oak spices still at its heart.

Finish: Toffee, walnut, coffee bean, and cask char.

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MB Roland Single Barrel Straight Bourbon (56.7%) Reviews

Spirit with additives

First time I've ever tried a bourbon that I thought was truly awful. Overly caramelized, tastes like plain spirit with additives. It has a greasy cling around the roof of my palate. UGH! Who knows, it might grow on me (like a fungus probably), it may be a bad bottle.

14th March 2022

Top Quality

This really is a superb Bourbon!

14th March 2022

Delicious

One for the whisk(e)y enthusiasts. Like nothing else out there.

14th February 2022

Great Straight Bourbon

Wow! The smell is incredible, a sweet woody scent, definitely not for the faint of heart (as you may have guessed from the 56.7%). I was immediately in love just based on the nose. The first sip just confirmed it, this is a great bourbon. Hits you right in the chops with a wall of flavour, the woodiness might initially seem a bit much but after the 1st dram its what brings you back for another sip.

16th January 2022

POW!

One for the whisky enthusiasts. So incredibly rich and unique. I think MB Roland is awesome. Certainly the most beautiful American whisky I’ve had in years.

29th December 2021

Phenomenal flavour like no other!

Must start by pointing out that despite the handwritten label, and on closer inspection the %abv on this is actually 56.7% and not 54.7%. The 113.4 US proof confirms this fact if converted to abv.
Anyway, the actual whiskey is really one of my all time favourites. So easy to drink at cask strength although I prefer to add a little water eventually. On the nose distinct hint of liquorice when first opened then fades, full on sweet and salty corn almost popcorn, and caramelised sugar, and caramel.
The taste leads with the rich salted caramel and corn followed by dried fruits galore including sultanas and raisins in the finish alongside burnt oaky spiciness. Right at the end subtle notes of toffee apples, and pears more akin to a conventional bourbon from north-eastern Kentucky. Phenomenal taste profile that is almost like no other, and my theory is that one of the reasons this tastes so different to other bourbons is the hotter and more humid climate in South-western Kentucky on the border with Tennessee where the MB Roland distillery is situated. This added heat and humidity accelerates the barrel aging process further producing a darker, richer and more complex whiskey in my opinion.

30th November 2021

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