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Review: The Old Man of the Mountain Bourbon 4 Years Old

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Tamworth Distilling doesn’t simply make bizarre stuff like venison-flavored and turkey-flavored whiskey. It additionally makes common previous whiskey too, together with this bonded bourbon, a 4 12 months previous made on web site in its pot nonetheless in New Hampshire. The mashbill contains 82.4% natural yellow corn, 11% natural rye, and 6.6% malted barley. Let’s dive in.

The nostril is instantly a bit off-putting, overwhelming with lumberyard notes — although with time in glass a definite observe of black tea comes into focus. Hints of mesquite and a black cherry factor emerge over time, as nicely. On the palate, oak continues to dominate, that black tea observe once more coming by clearly. Cloves are extra within the combine right here, together with a extra urgent vanilla observe, some darkish chocolate, and a pepper character. It’s a burly, frontier-style whiskey with energy to spare, and it takes some effort to muscle previous its woody, sawdust notes. There’s intrigue inside — pushed largely by that evenly sweetened tea factor — however it’s inevitably fleeting, giving one the impression of spending an evening on the saloon in 1820. All instructed, it’s undoubtedly a whiskey that might profit from a extra moderated wooden affect, nevertheless that’s achieved.

100 proof. Reviewed: Batch #17.

B / $25 / tamworthdistilling.com

The Outdated Man of the Mountain Bourbon 4 Years Outdated

$25

Ranking


8.0/10

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