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E.H. Taylor Jr. Bourbon Small Batch  750ml
SKU 765012

E.H. Taylor Jr. Small Batch Bourbon

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 98 by Decanter
Honeyed oats and minerals are refreshing on the nose. The flavors in the mouth are long and complex, starting with honey sweetened cream of wheat, then grainy toasted wood, and finally vanilla crème brûlée. (Ultimate Spirits Challenge, Chairman's Trophy)
Rated 90 by Beverage Tasting Institute
If you wondered when you saw “50%,” this is indeed bottled in bond whiskey, with all the requirements that go with it. The nose is just this side of hot and brings parched corn, sawn maple wood, spicy hard candy, and dry spearmint leaf. Bright and spicy on the tongue; more candy and honey, and hints of teaberry and licorice that develop into the finish. A better package of flavor and price than the earlier Taylor releases; quite enjoyable. (Whisky Advocate)
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Country: United States

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