-7 years old
Nose: Butter cream, corn, rye spice, burnt oak.
Taste: Full bodied with a chewy mouth feel. Sweet corn, maple, caramel.
Finish: Smooth with sweet maple and burnt oak.
Conclusion: This is a good bourbon that I don't mind drinking neat. At 101 proof and 7 years in the wood, the flavors are satisfyingly bold. The best thing about this bourbon is its price tag of $16; an unreal value for whats inside the bottle! While it may be hard to find, if you stumble across a bottle of Old Ezra Rare Old "sippin whiskey", pick it up because your taste buds -and your wallet- will happy you did.
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