Jefferson’s Ocean Aged At Sea Whiskey
“Inspired by the original Jefferson’s Ocean, which was new-filled bourbon barrels, the Jefferson’s Ocean: Aged at Sea takes older bourbon barrels and brings it around the world. Stopping in 5 different continents and crossing the equator 4 times, this bourbon truly is a world beater.”
Whiskey review provided by: Breakingbourbon.com Check out the link for more information.
Nose: A strong dose of raisins and citrus hits with a great deal more intensity than you’d expect for 90 proof.
Palate: Raisins come through immediately and dominate the whole sip, making it very sweet throughout. Spice and alcohol come into play as well, ramping up quickly once the bourbon enters your mouth and pushing into the finish. Like the intensity on the nose, there’s more flavor and spice intensity than you’d expect for the proof.
Finish: Along with the spice the raisins continue to pull through. That citrus detected on the nose also makes itself present again. The intense spice drops off quickly leaving a faint but sweet, fruity aftertaste that continues to linger for a while.
I.W. Harper 15 yr Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
“On the nose: lots of mint, cinnamon, dark chocolate, and some lumber. The body features ample citrus notes, more baking spice, and emerging chocolate and caramel on the backside. There’s heat at first, but this settles down into supple sweetness and a finish that’s surprisingly gentle for a 15 year old bourbon. Ultimately it’s quite balanced and delightful. Whiskey Review provided by: Drinkhacker.com. Click the link for more information about their products.
Peat Chimney 12 yr Blended Malt Scotch Whisky
“Wemyss Malts’ Peat Chimney 12 Year Old Blended Malt Scotch Whisky is a blend of 16 different malt whiskies, each aged for a minimum of 12 years. While the exact recipe of the whisky remains a closely-guarded secret, approximately one-third of the blend is derived from whiskies produced at distilleries situated in the Islay region of Scotland, which have matured in a variety of different casks.
Subtle notes of smoke and moss, followed by bolder notes of peat, smoke and salt on the initial palate. The flavors are smooth and lingering, and soften to notes of cinnamon, oak and chocolate on the long, lingering finish.” Review provided by: Caskers.com.
Make sure you stop by and check out all of the new whiskies that we now have in stock.(All quotes in this blog have been taken directly from the new products bottle description/or website/or review websites, and do not necessarily reflect East Bend Liquors opinion of the products).