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Rebel Yell Small Batch Reserve

(70cl, 45.3%)

Rebel Yell Small Batch Reserve

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Rebel Yell Small Batch Bottling Note

A small batch release from the bourbon brand once favoured by Keith Richards and Billy Idol. A wheated bourbon made to William Larue Weller's original recipe, this 'Rebel Reserve' is bottled at a pleasing 45.3%.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Classic notes of caramel, toasty oak, tobacco, vanilla and erm... brown sugar.

Palate: Plenty of honey, spicy vanilla and Raisin Wheats.

Finish: Big, with more dark brown sugar.

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Rebel Yell Small Batch Reserve Reviews

Sorry to see it go, a decent poor.

I think this bourbon got a bad rap when it came out. A lot of folks dismissed it because it was Rebel Yell and they remember that from college days. This is an enjoyable day drinker and quite a bit better then just about anything under $30. If you are a wheated bourbon fan, such as Weller or Pappy, try and get your hands on a bottle of this. Unfortunately, they ceased production of this bourbon about a month ago. It does not look like it is going to come back. The interesting thing is that after this is gone, I get the feeling people will be looking for it, and it will become a hard to get item and become rather pricey. But I could be wrong. If you find one, you will probably enjoy it, if you like we did Bourbons.

5th June 2018

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