"..the whiskey is filtered through an ultra sonic refinement system that removes minor alcohols and impurities from the whiskey at a molecular level resulting in a smoother drink with a mature taste profile."
Anyways, the first the I noticed about this whiskey was the unique bottle design (America, fuck yea!). Time to see if the juice is worth its weight in shogun shells.
Less than 2 years old
Mash bill: 60% corn, 36% rye, and 4% malted barley
Color: Rustic Gold
Nose: An initial blast of butterscotch popcorn followed by creamy vanilla and slight spice.
Taste: This is obviously a very young whiskey. Grain forward with butterscotch sweetness on the tip of the tongue. Baking spices (predominantly cinnamon) spread throughout the mid palate.
Finish: Short and crisp. Rye spice with a breath of ethanol.
Conclusion: Sadly, the bottle may just be the best part of this whiskey; the shotgun shell design coupled with the "don't tread on me" engraved snake and dog tags perfectly embodies the spirit of a true American. The palate is ... unique but reveals an extremely young, unfinished whiskey.
My Rating: D (Poor)
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