We tasted this Woodinville Whiskey blind!
We tasted Woodinville Whiskey Bourbon at Meeting No. 51 on September 29, 2016. We rated it 2.63 out of 5. Woodinville Whiskey Bourbon ranks 3rd overall in Bourbon.
Farmhouse smell. Starts gentle and grows on the finish. It's the Bruce Banner of bourbons. Not necessarily nuanced, but packs some punch.
Well it may be a blind tasting but you can figure this is a bourbon a mile. There's a really pleasant tea note on the nose. As a bourbon, this is decent, but the youth is noticeable. Give her a few more years...
Nose like old bed linens from grandma's attic; a musty linen odor. Flavor is complex and woody with some Carmel sweetness; just like grandma. Finish was tart and more bitter than expected; unlike grandma who was sweet to the end. I'm not sure what's in this that makes it not quite right, but they have some kinks to work out ... Just like grandma's back.
Back to the south! Smells like corn, or a wet dew on a country field. Earl gray. Raw. Reminds me of a field.
Smells like stale wood, possibly from the ages barrel. Tasting peas on the palate. Black tea once I went back after the Yama.
I'm picking oak chips out of my teeth
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