- Distillery Bottling
- Charred American Oak Barrels
- 47.0 % Vol.
- 750 ml
- Added on
- 04 Mar 2014 9:55 pm by Ralph Hiltrup
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Whisky Reviews for Garrison Brothers Texas Straight Bourbon Whiskey
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.39 points
- Very good bourbon with a good balance between the bitter and sweet notes.
- An absolutely beautiful Bourbon, has its peculiarities, is very round despite the sharpness, which comes not at all from the alcohol, but beautiful spices.
Distinct cereal notes, yeast, beautiful hazelnut notes, Hanuta everywhere in between, roasted nuts as well, a little bit of butter biscuit, banana jellies, nutmeg, cinnamon, almonds, marshmallow
Cloves, cinnamon, quite a bit of nutmeg, black pepper, corn broth, hazelnut, hanuta, roasted chestnut, almonds, wild honey, vanilla and caramel, all in all a nice mixture of sharpness, power, but also balancing, flattering sweetness and nuttiness
Clove, oak, nutmeg, pepper, dry-spicy with some delicious honey sweetness and nuts, medium to long
A pic-mix selection of nuts: Hazelnuts, walnuts, coconuts, roasted almonds and nutmeg. I did never smell a whiskey like this before. Very rich with toffee in the background.
A world full of nuts - again! Some of them taste bitter.
Rich, dry, oaky and spicy with additional notes of coffee, toffee snd cloves. Quite spirituous as well.
Quite short with a dry and bitter nutty aftertaste.
- From a blind tasting!
Nose. Grain mix, that's no junk, vanilla, caramel, sawdust, lots of woody flavors, banana jelly, marzipan First uih what is that then wow there is more and more and always gets better and better.
Taste: INTENSIVE! What an aroma boom. More sawdust, lots of woody notes, vanilla without finish, peach and banana, a damn long finish with breathtaking sweetness and vanilla. In addition, a fine wood note that is never too intrusive Damn good and tasty!
I am clinging to an ami. A good and sure old Bourbon with around 50% - Eagle Rare 17?
Wow - thanks to the donor of the blank. What really rare and has quite a lot of wood and color for the young age!
- Very pleasant drink that improves with time.
Pleasantly spicy oak. Some caramel, toffee and vanilla a bit back.
Smooth oily texture with lots of caramel and toffe with some butterscotch and vanilla in the background.
Smooth at first with dark chocolate, toffee, coffee and cloves. Transitions to spicy, peppery oak without the tannins.
Rich, deep aroma of butterscotch, nutmeg, vanilla and coconut.
Notes of caramelized oranges and fruit dominate the palate, along with touches of melted butter, whipped cream and oak.
Finish is smooth, with touches of toffee, milk chocolate and espresso.