Evan Williams Bourbon Small Batch Sour Mash 1783  1.0Ltr
SKU 828087

Evan Williams Bourbon Small Batch Sour Mash 1783

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 88 by Ultimate Beverage Challenge
Orange preserve, black tea, and caramel dominate the bold nose. Initial fruit flavors on the palate of dried cherries and stewed peaches is capped nicely by rich notes of freshly baked butter pastries and vanilla toffee. Formidable yet well-rounded.

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Producer Evan Williams

Country: United States

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