Westland's Single Cask #201, hand-filled bottles #60 and #61, both 375ml. Matured in new American oak for 53 months. Grain bill: Munich Malt. Yeast strain: Belgian Brewer's Yeast.
Westland Single Cask #201 was tasted at Meeting No. 51 on September 29, 2016. Out of 5, we rated it very highly at 3.75. Westland Single Cask #201 ranks 2nd overall in American Whiskey.
Keith • 9/29/2016 • 4.5
DAT FINISH, THO! Whoo, that's my dram!
Elliott • 9/29/2016 • 4.5
Yum, nose of pear and tastes like dark plum with hints of fruit salad with a little bit of kiwi. American whiskey at its finest. A different animal than a fine Scotch, but just as heady.
Dave B. • 9/29/2016 • 4.0
Tangy leather notes, with sweet floral scent. Strong but easy to drink in like a young Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Jason A. • 9/29/2016 • 4.0
Heavy notes of malt on the nose. Each sip has some serious staying power. Slight hint of creme brûlée on the finish.
Laura • 9/29/2016 • 4.0
Hot finish. Nice rich fruit salad in the middle. Standard Westland floral and fruit nose. Clean like a dryer sheet.
Garrett • 9/29/2016 • 3.5
Banana-rama, but not like the Yama. Chocolate chips. Salty. Granola bar that sticks to the gums. I want to go on a hike, Olympic Mountains, Lake Constance.
Gavin • 9/29/2016 • 3.5
Unassuming nose. Sly entrance. Flourishes to a dramatic finish that goes on and on and on. The kind of spice you would eat even if it meant a tomorrow of trouble.
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