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Roughstock Montana Bourbon Whiskey

(70cl, 45%)

Roughstock Montana Bourbon Whiskey

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Roughstock Bourbon Bottling Note

From the Roughstock distillery in Montana - the Land of Shining Mountains - comes a straight bourbon whiskey, made with a blend of four in-house bourbon recipes.

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Roughstock Montana Bourbon Whiskey Reviews

Notes on flavour criticism

I am a supertaster, and the comments from those who are (presumably) not are amusing but unhelpful. What you enjoy tasting is directly informed by what tastes you have acquired for your own palette to date.

So judge for yourself only. And remember, if your mind is powerful enough to do so, how different your first sip was whiskey from your most recent one.

I'm getting a bottle of this, because I alone will be the judge.

I won't tell you what I think of it because I'm not as funny as the rest of you.

20th July 2018

For the comment above

I haven't tasted this product, so I cannot say anything about it.

What I can say is that by law, bourbon can and must be produced anywhere in United States. This is the fact.

15th February 2018

Don't waste your money

Other than the fact that, by law, bourbon can be produced ONLY in Kentucky, this crap was like drinking mineral spirits. No age, wood was faint, not a true sour mash

31st January 2018

I'd buy it if they had it here locally.

First time I had a bottle of the bourbon,,it was very good.I have relatives in Montana and upon visiting we went to the distillery in Bozeman.I tried some of the others which were not my cup of tea.The higher the Proof,,past 85,,it's just not for me.But the roughstock bourbon is most enjoyable over the rocks and chilled just a bit.The flavors are out of this world.A little on the expensive side,,but you owe it to yourself to live a little and experience things other than Jim Beam and Jack Daniels.I'd buy it again. Pete P. Wood Dale,Illinois.

14th September 2017

Ugh..

Bought the most expensive bottle they had at the distillery in Bozeman when it was open for my husband's 40th birthday. Took a swig of it the other day (3 years later) and it was like I imagine drinking gasoline or straight rubbing alcohol might be like. Tasted awful and had a sore throat for the whole next day. Won't waste money again.

13th August 2017

Don't Rush to Try This One

We passed this around a table of five and had half the dram left until it got to me. Stirred a distinct memory drinking gas station scotch from a sun-heated flask while floating the Little Miami River.

22nd December 2016

Gag.

Seriously, both my wife and I nearly lost our cookies! Almost turned me off Bourbon for the rest of the night...fortunately we had some Eagle Rare in the cupboard to wash the taste away.

5th December 2016

Something a bit different

I can see how this would be a love it or hate it affair. Not like your average bourbon at all, but for me that's to be applauded.

4th December 2016

Tree feet?

Seriously, where did they find this stuff? We all concluded it tasted like a tree's dirty sneaker. Four whiskey lovers and we couldn't finish the 1 dram sample!

8th December 2015

WTF

This is just plain weird. Seriously one of the most bizarre spirits I've tried. Starchy. Like water used to cook pasta. Many different types of bread. A little fresh sawn wood. Faint aniseed. But overwhelmingly bready and starchy. Did they distil this from spaghetti? Not all that pleasant but one hell of an experience to taste.

27th October 2015

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