High West Distillery Whiskey Campfire  750ml
SKU 771172

High West Distillery Whiskey Campfire

High West Distillery - Utah - United States

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Rated 93 by Beverage Tasting Institute
Pale amber color. Rich, inviting, complex smoky aromas of malted chocolate, roasted nuts, and delicate smoky earth with a silky, vibrant, fruity medium-to-full body and a peppery, distinctive, very long mango chutney, vanilla cream, rich baking spices, and peat and tea finish. A superb delicately smoky whisky that is sure to please and bridges American and Scottish styles beautifully.
Rated 91 by Wine Enthusiast
An unexpectedly wonderful pairing with a sweet chocolate or a sticky caramel dessert, Campfire blends straight rye whiskey, straight Bourbon and blended Scotch. Altogether, it's big and smoky, with lots of iodine, but doesn't completely overwhelm, settling into a pleasing mix of toffee and peat. Gift a bottle to a Scotch lover to introduce the joys of American whiskeys.

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Winery: High West Distillery

Country: United States

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