Orphan Barrel Lost Prophet 22 Year Bourbon was tasted at Meeting No. 36 on May 28, 2015. Out of 5, we rated it very highly at 3.38. Orphan Barrel Lost Prophet 22 Year Bourbon ranks 42nd overall in Bourbon. Costing $225, this spirit is expensive given the our rating of it.
Medicine and flowers on the nose (again). This has the body of a much younger bourbon, smoother, possibly a wheat mashbill (again I'm guessing). Less heat, less spice honey on the front. I think this is the most complete bourbon of the bunch.
Nose astringent and glue, palate lighter than expected hint of cinamnon and cherry, finishes vibrant
Sweet like honey to the nose. Balanced. Finishes smooth and strong.
Nose - alcohol + candy corn; taste - sweet turns to hot + sweet corn vapors fill your sinuses; crisp apple juice at the back of your throat.
Nose - soft (hibiscus flower) floral very faint, cherry syrup. Taste - smooth cherry raisins to a leather spice - silky. Finish - strong spice that slowly diminishes, leather to coconut.
Nose of charcoal, honey clove. Some heat. Lively Rye. Complexity is good yet not as palate appealing.
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