Nose: Dark fruit, espresso coffee, oak and buttery toffee. Sublime stuff.
Palate: Rich and spicy. Oak underpinning nutty sweetness, honey and star anise.
Finish: Spicy and sweet, long.
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Hi there! Unfortunately, at the moment we are still trying to source some from our supplier and we do not have an estimate for when this will come back into stock. However, rest assured that we will be promoting the bottles when they do land, so keep an eye on our Facebook (www.facebook.com/masterofmalt) and Twitter accounts (@MasterofMalt).In the meantime, why not try some delicious Colonel E. H. Taylor bourbon (https://www.masterofmalt.com/whiskies/buffalo-trace/colonel-eh-taylor-small-batch-whiskey/)? --The Chaps at Master of Malt
26th February 2015
Dear Master of Malt, Any idea when this bourbon may become available again.
28th January 2015
Old Rip Van Winkle is only bottled once a year for the whole year. Having one of these bottles in your possession you are holding one of the best bourbons that Kentucky has to offer. Made with limestone filtered water, naturally grown barley and malt and aged sour mash this is one of the best tasting, smoothest and purest bourbons that the Bluegrass has to offer. It will be well worth the money and even if you only drink a little bit at a time this bourbon bottle ages remarkably!
10th December 2011