Eagle Rare Bourbon 10 Year  750ml
SKU 765003

Eagle Rare Bourbon 10 Year

Eagle Rare - Kentucky - United States

Professional Wine Reviews for Eagle Rare Bourbon 10 Year

Rated 95 by Beverage Tasting Institute
Robust and complex at first whiff, aromas of wet autumn leaves mix with maple, roasted nuts and fresh grain. Somehow smooth and leathery at once, the rich flavors span sweet burnt sugar and caramelized dark berries to spicy cigar box. (Ultimate Beverage Challenge)
Rated 92 by Decanter
Reminiscent of candied apple on the nose and also showing baked sour cherry, citrus pith with a hint of toasted oak. In the mouth it is wonderfully rounded with cinnamon, stone fruits and brown sugar stepping forward. The finish is decadent, deep and alludes to the baked sour cherry that is sensed on the nose. (Ultimate Beverage Challenge)

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Winery: Eagle Rare

Country: United States

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