Friday, 13 February 2015

Tin Cup Whiskey

Tin Cup Whiskey

Official bottling
Single rye - Colorado
Amber
42% ABV
Dram

Nose: Raisins, grass, lemongrass, orange peel, apples, honey.
Mouthfeel: Light body, thickens slightly, static, warming.
Tasting: Sweet salty. Raisins, grass, apples, honey, dates, salt caramel.
Finish: Medium. Salt caramel, dates, orange peel, apples.

Comments:

I don't really think the kerfuffle over sourced bourbons is really that serious. OK, it's marketing fluff, and maybe false advertising, but in this age of information freedom it's pretty easy to figure out where a spirit was distilled. This one was distilled in MGP in Indiana, but diluted with Colorado water by Stranahan's. So not really Colorado, but good whisky is good whisky wherever it's made. And this one isn't too bad. Salty sweet with fruity overtones, simple, young and tasty.

Verdict:

I like this.


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