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Bakers Bourbon 7 Year Old  750ml
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Bakers 7 Year Old Bourbon

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 93 by Wine Enthusiast
Lean, dry and spicy, this seven-year-old small-batch Bourbon may be reminiscent of of rye whiskey. It has a mild maple scent and complex layers of vanilla, cigar wrapper, tea and orange peel, with a spicy finish. The alcohol feels moderate, even mellow, for over 100 proof.
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