6-8 years maturation is very respectable for a bourbon - though that is not cast in stone or written on the bottle.
A smooth one if you don't love the usual bourbon spicy burn from all that virgin oak so you could rate it as a "gateway" bourbon.
Smells like a typical bourbon but not in your face - a gentleman of sorts - subdued notes compared with the 101 or Rare Breed.
The bourbon high proof hardcore folk have snubbed this one but if you're an occasional bourbon drinker like me then you may well appreciate its more mellow yet rich flavors.
Will definitely keep a bottle of this in my bar along with the Rare Breed.
caramel, vanilla, oak, light char
the above with more vanilla and spice notes developing on the mid palate
long drying with light charcoal smoke