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 3rd overall in American Whiskey.
DAT FINISH, THO! Whoo, that's my dram!
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.
Tangy leather notes, with sweet floral scent. Strong but easy to drink in like a young Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Heavy notes of malt on the nose. Each sip has some serious staying power. Slight hint of creme brûlée on the finish.
Hot finish. Nice rich fruit salad in the middle. Standard Westland floral and fruit nose. Clean like a dryer sheet.
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.
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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