Early Times Bourbon Bottled in Bond  1.0Ltr
SKU 828001

Early Times Bourbon Bottled in Bond

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 92 by Beverage Tasting Institute
Bright amber color. Aromas of vanilla, pecan pie, chocolate glaze, and candied banana with a velvety, crisp, dry-yet-fruity light-to-medium body and a hot, medium-length chocolate coated toffee, caramel corn, and candy apple finish. A solid bonded bourbon for any occasion.
Rated 92 by Ultimate Beverage Challenge
Excellent, Highly Recommended (Great Value) (Tried & True) - 2020 ULTIMATE SPIRITS CHALLENGE
Rated 91 by Whisky Advocate
Delightfully rich on the nose, with grape jelly, raspberries, Raisinets, buttered pecans, toffee, dark chocolate, baking spice, leather, and the old oak smell of a rickhouse. Chewy and viscous, the palate shows excellent consistency, balancing raisins, Concord grape jelly, baking spice, and dark chocolate with coffee bean, cola, and lush oak. A lengthy and elegant finish highlights mocha, grape skins, cinnamon, black pepper, and rich oak.
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Country: United States

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