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Review: Angel’s Envy Cask Strength Bourbon – Limited Edition (2021)

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Angel’s Envy is a Port barrel-finished whiskey that’s unimaginable to not love, however its annual cask strength releases are treasures virtually all the time price monitoring down.

2021 isn’t any exception to the rule — although followers of this long-running sequence, which is now in its tenth installment — are prone to discover {that a} (pleasant) consistency from one classic to the following (our unusual expertise in 2018 however).

Right here, all of the basic taste notes of overproof Angel’s Envy are on full show: An excellent-fruity nostril that gives notes of ripe raspberry and strawberry, layered closely with ginger and cinnamon. Followers of spirits like High West’s A Midwinter Nights Dram will discover this a lot within the wheelhouse: candy, ripe, and festive. The palate ups the ante on the spice entrance, transferring totally right into a richly candy, virtually decadent realm that inflates with notes of vanilla, chocolate, and brown sugar. In distinction to some prior years, the hoary woodiness of the barrel is basically nonexistent; sweetness guidelines on this one. On the identical time, hints of orange peel and a be aware of candied ginger linger on the end, including a little bit of acidity to what might in any other case have turn out to be a cloying expertise. Beautiful.

120.7 proof.


Angel’s Envy Cask Power Bourbon – Restricted Version (2021)




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