Knob Creek Bourbon Reserve Single Barrel 9 Year  750ml
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Knob Creek Reserve Single Barrel 9 Year Bourbon

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 93 by Beverage Tasting Institute
Rich amber color. Aromas of toasty nut brittle, creme brulee, sarsaparilla, dried cherry, and sweet and peppery spices with supple, lightly tannic fruity-yet-dry full body and a long, vanilla toffee, dried fruit, pepper and mineral flourish. A full-throttled flavor packed bourbon that is delicious on its own and a superb choice for cocktails.
Rated 93 by Decanter
Fruity aromas intermingle with light tobacco and maple. Sweet and spicy on the palate, the flavors start with sweet brown sugar then turn to intense cinnamon spice and even further develop with coffee and dark caramel on the finish. (Ultimate Beverage Challenge)
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Producer Knob Creek

Country: United States

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