Crafted in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Defiant American Single Malt Whisky is made from just four simple ingredients: premium two-row brewer’s barley, cultured yeast, water from an aquifer under the distillery and premium American white oak.
Defiant American Single Malt Whisky was tasted at Meeting No. 24 on May 29, 2014. Out of 5, we rated it on the lower end at 1.68. Costing $54, this spirit is on the pricier side given the our rating of it.
Nose: summer camp locker room. Innocuous and flat on the palate. Inoffensive and a faint floral note. Mild and gentle. Summer camp in a glass.
Warm piss, saturated blue jeans. Very mild taste and no burn for the high proof.
Cat piss and potatoes. Really not very exciting.
Menthol. You could light my breath on fire.
Straight grain alcohol - yeesh. Smells like it was distilled over smashed-up bees strained through a sock.
Skunky nose, moldy towel palate with soapy overtones.
Smokey smell. All I taste is piss now.
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