Corsair Artisan Distillery Whiskey Buck Yeah  750ml
SKU 770237

Corsair Artisan Distillery Whiskey Buck Yeah American Whiskey

Tennessee - United States

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Rated 93 by Beverage Tasting Institute
Amber color. Lively, curious aromas of cinnamon spiced nuts, buckwheat crepe, chestnut honey, and model glued wood with a supple, racy, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a warming, interesting, medium-long spiced hot cereal, sweet creamy meringue, peppercorns, and pencil shavings finish. A very spicy and interesting whisky that will be fun to make creative cocktails with.
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Producer Corsair Artisan Distillery

Country: United States

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