Batch #1 from Copperworks Distilling Company!
Copperworks American Single Malt Whiskey was tasted at Meeting No. 51 on September 29, 2016. Out of 5, we rated it very highly at 3.53. Copperworks American Single Malt Whiskey ranks 7th overall in American Whiskey.
Jurassic park amber color. Very sweet on the nose. Apple, banana, with added sugar. From concentrate. Coppery mid notes. Doesn't linger. Scratch that, totally does, builds after a minute. Gets hotter as it lingers. Agave syrup sweetness. PEPPERMINT. Butterscotch nose. Gets better every time I come back to it.
Spiced peppery cider nose. Ripe orange slices. Light yeast. Maroon, mahogany color. Love this, on ice watching the Hawks tear it up. Hints of vinegar.
Black pepper and cola with some cinnamon wood spice. Light mouth feel but pretty hot. Coming back to it, I get spruce and fresh herbs. Stays interesting. Might need a little more barrel time.
Caramel color and nose opens on a swirl to flowers with a hint of vanilla. Sharp and light up front like a kick in the teeth of burning water. Slowly moves back in the mouth with feel but not flavor. Wood and barley. With water a move to copper toffee.
Rich fruit smashed into an old plank. Excellent alcohol level, just enough grip on the cheeks.
Mild sweetness on the nose. A bit astringent, with some burn on the finish. Fruity notes, apricot, and a hint of hops.
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