EH TAYLOR Small Batch is one of the most celebrated small-batch bourbons of recent years, Colonel E. H. Taylor’s Small Batch Bourbon is a truly remarkable bourbon whiskey informed by the distillery’s strong history of tradition. Handpicked from the finest barrels in Taylor’s one-hundred-year-old warehouse, each batch possesses a truly distinctive blend that boasts one of the smoothest finishes on the market. A pure sipping whiskey, this made in the USA small batch bourbon is a must-own for connoisseurs with a passion for American whiskey craftsmanship and bold, brave flavors.
Nose: it starts with a really fat nose, nice oily, first beats a lot of apple flavor from the glass, followed by a good portion of caramel with some sea salt, the corn comes through well, he has a great spicy flavor of cinnamon, cloves and even discreet Kardamon, in the background swinging even a little smoke of the strong burned barrels, the sweetness drifts again and again in the direction of Rumrosinen from, even some tobacco box can be found
Taste: good onset, oily, you can roll well over the tongue, clear sweetness to corn and caramel, then beat the spices again fully, plus a decent portion of oak
Finish: The finish is long, spicy wood, licorice, caramel, some salt are noticeable, behind some beeswax, it is dry, but not bitter
Water: No, the alcohol is actually perfectly integrated. Nevertheless, the attempt: Well, it goes quite well with water, the fruity apple and the caramel are stronger, while the spicy side moves slightly more into the background, some shoe polish shows, the liquorice from the finish is now also in the Nose. Without water he likes me better.