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Jefferson's Bourbon

(70cl, 41.2%)

Jefferson's Bourbon

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Jefferson's Bourbon Bottling Note

Jefferson's Bourbon is made in small batches with a mashbill of 60% corn, 30% rye and 10% malted barley. Interestingly, it's aged in lightly charred barrels, which imparts a distinctive flavour profile compared to whiskey aged in barrels with a high level of char. Now presented in 70cl bottles.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Very crisp and fresh on the nose, lots of creamy vanilla and warm, spicy flavour. Notes of oak, toffee, hints of smoke.

Palate: Soft, warming and supple. Notes of sweet vanilla, spices, toffee, berry fruits, a touch of orange zest, spices and honey.

Finish: Soft and easy-going, very quaffable as it fades out on notes of vanilla sweetness, custard and corn.

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Jefferson's Bourbon Reviews

bourbon, but different.

Reminds me of a scotch, most Bourbons I have tried are sweet because of the corn, and spicy because of the rye. but this bourbon has about 10% malted barley. As a result there is an alcoholic bitterness that is similar to an Irish whiskey or scotch for that matter. it creates an interesting profile as the tastes mixed together.

13th November 2017

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