Noah’s Mill Small Batch Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey

Noah’s Mill Small Batch Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey, 57.15% Alc/vol, 70cl, Said to be 15 Years Old

This makes the fourth Bourbon tasting of the month.  This Bourbon comes from the Willett Distillery which sits in the hills of Kentucky.

This Whiskey is bottled by hand from a small batch of wooden barrels said to have held the spirit for 15 Years.

The owners of this distillery are:-

Kentucky Bourbon Distillers Limited,
1869 Loreto Road,
PO Box 785,
Bardstown,
Kentucky 40004
USA.

website www.kentuckybourbon@bardstown.com

In Bardstown, which is said to be the Bourbon capital of the world, you will have a great number of opportunities to tour and sample many different styles of Whiskey at any of the many distilleries in the area

Lets have a wee dram.

The tasting.

Colour…Rich mahogany

Jim’s Tasting

Nose…Sweet wood, vanilla spices, a slight hint of dried fruits, not in the slightest harsh.

Taste…A big Bourbon, almost chewable, fruit full, spicy oak, only a gesture of water is need in this very robust and complex dram.noahs-mill-small-batch-bourbon-whiskey-jpg

Finish…Long and drying with a slight hint of coffee.

Score…3 Corks


Nicola’s Tasting

Nose…Sugary sweet way too intense to get a true nose, can only think it is the alcohol volume.

Taste…Toffee, liquorices, with pepper spice and coffee.

Finish…Long but not harsh, very soft and smooth.

Score…3 Corks

Overall score…3 Corks

This can only be described as a very big Bourbon and we both loved it, this is a dram that is getting close to what the Whisky Boys expect from their bottles of Whiskies.

Like previous Bourbon tastings this one is available from online sellers and maybe at your specialist shop.

Beginning to enjoy this months special Bourbons, here’s hoping the next one will be as good as this one.

To the Master of Malt, thanks for this months sponsorship.

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