Decent starter rye but pricey compared to others.
An interesting experiment in salvage.
Tasty and bracing but a little hot.
An aged white whiskey that has more barrel flavor than you would expect from something this pale
Decent if a trifle simple. Available almost anywhere and a reliable choice.
At half the price and age of the Knob Creek Maple you are wasting half the money
Interesting variation from the Jim Beam Family but a bit overshadowed by the wood and lacking some finesse and balance overall.
A very interesting bourbon flavored with brandy. Well worth a try.
Interesting whiskey with malty chocolate overtones to it.
Nicely done 12 year old whiskey. Nicely balanced age and wood profile.
A failed experiment in my opinion
A premium single barrel version of an old standard.
Light, easy to drink, but not a lot going on flavor wise. Simple, easy, and cheap.
Decently made, if not spectacular. Kind of like the rest of the Knob Creek portfolio in that sense. Upside is reliable and widely available.
For a Jim Beam product actually quite outstanding.
Interesting idea, but heavy handed execution. More of a dessert flavoring than a drink, if a high quality one.
Old Crow lacks character- even bad character- it’s just bland, harsh and ultimately pointless.
No longer a whiskey I would recommend. Better cheaper stuff out there now.
A foul concoction that tastes like Gummi lifesavers dissolved in a rotgut grain alcohol that only the underage or brain damaged paint huffers could drink.
Foul, fake testing vodka that smells like a mens urinal and that’s being kind.
Not as regrettable as their other flavors but still undrinkable. At least it did not trigger gagging and nausea unlike some of their other flavors.
Might recommend it if you have a cold or cough but otherwise no. Kind of a Redneck Drambuie.
Bourbon sipped through a cinnamon candy.
The kind of booze where you wake up in a alley, in bed with a stranger, or in jail.