- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Frontier Whiskey
- Charred American Oak Barrels
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 08 Apr 2010 11:06 am
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Whisky Reviews for Bulleit Bourbon
19 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 79.63 points
- Easy to drink, pleasant bourbon.
Vanilla, milk caramel, citruses, waxy apple, orange peel and glue.
Peach, Verbena candies, caramel, milk chocolate, pepper, and horseradish.
Medium, sweet, spicy.
- Joa, what kind of drinks, wa '?
Sweet, brown sugar, some Obdareutungen, apple peel, some mandarin vllt., Vanilla, toffee, also a certain citrus acid, but also the typical adhesive note of cheap bourbons
Eigtl. the same as in the nose, to quite oily, like melted candy, here's some apricot, but all so sweet and rounded, no edges except the glue
Pretty short, apple peel, Toffifee, vanilla, citrus
- Excellent price for a "easy-to-drink" whisky. No masterpiece, but not bad! However, the finish is not amazing.
- Sweet and very easy to drink.
Very sweet: vanilla sugar, candy floss and caramel. A mix of fruits including apple peel and orange. Hints of unskimmed milk, however, slightly sour and dusty (something I always associate with bourbon).
Brown sugar and some caramel, means as sweet as the nose indicated. Dried fruits with raisins and butter.
Something creamy, reminds me to drinking chocolate.
Short with milk chocolate, some hazelnuts, finally bitter and sour.
- N- Initial doses of pungent peppercorn, plum and vanilla, rounded of with cinnamon, caramel and custard.
P- Fiery barks, dry orange peel oil smoothened with sweet soursup.
F- Medium, spicy coating, bitter sweet herbs and burnt caramel.
— at The Whisky Bar, Kuala Lumpur.
- this is just... plain good stuff!
comparing this to Jack is like compairing fine confectionary to wine gum
very inviting and pleasent nose, there's caramel and vanilla but not the overly sweet kind, it's fuller and richer. a little fruity and a hint of smoke. something in the background I can't figure out but I find it very nice, suspect it's the rye.
almost a sherry sweetness, then peppers, not too hot, just right.
more sweetness of caramell and honey.
more spice; cinamon apple and very light horseradish
sweetness stays but it turns a bit dry with mild tobacco
slightly spiced honey returns and stays quite a while
- Aroma: vanilla, oak, cinnamon, glue
Taste: sweet, vanilla, oak, spice
Finish: long, dry oak, vanilla, glue