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Balcones Distillery Whisky Baby Blue    750ml
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Balcones Distillery Whisky Baby Blue American Whiskey

Texas - United States

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Rated 92 by Beverage Tasting Institute
The nose on this whiskey is surprisingly earth-driven with flavors of dried corn, wet clay, and toasted oak. The palate has big, sweet oak flavors that fill the mouth before shifting to a more savory finish of fine herbs and brown corn bread. (Ultimate Spirits Challenge)
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Country: United States

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