A truly excellent whiskey bottled at the right time for its high points on aging and taste profile rather than waiting for an arbitrary older age to command more money at the price of quality.
A solid drinkable bourbon that is also cheap
The 10 year old version of an already good whiskey for just a few dollars more.
Very interesting but atypical port barrel finished bourbon.
One of the first single barrel bourbons and still among the best.
Breaking & Entering Bourbon is a Juvenile Delinquent, with lots of promising showing but a bit of a lightweight
One of my favorite around the house bourbons
A decent high rye bourbon of the old school.
Interesting micro bourbon from the West Coast.
Comes in plastic bottle, so it bounces rather than breaks when you drop it in the alley.
A young, cheap and decently made whiskey, just not a lot of age to it.
An interesting experiment in salvage.
Amazing whiskey for the price. Recommended
Seems a touch drier and more lean or ascetic than previous bottlings
Wonderful 17 year old bourbon.
If you can find this buy it, and drink it. Even mix it for a whole new level of cocktail pleasure.
While it gets a decent score for taste, the value is not there for the money ( for those of you who care, and not just collect for the sake of showing off to the equally shallow or reselling profiteers)
A damn manly yet gentlemanly bourbon.
Damn fine Bourbon and Favorite of the Elijah Barrel Proof releases so far!
One of the best bourbon deals out there for quality versus price.
Highly recommend this as a great bourbon and a great value for the money
While decent, this Vintage 2002 is very light in the taste and finish department. Not one of our favorite vintages.
Drier and woodier than previous vintages, giving you a rich oakiness similar to a much older bourbon without the cost.
Much heavier in all departments than former releases. Could almost believe it was a Scotch…
Next time I break my leg skydiving or BASE jumping I want this instead of morphine.
Subtlety different from the 2004, but still wonderful
Somewhat fruitier on the nose and has a lot more rye punch and oak than last years version (2005)
The 2011 release is somewhat less fruitier on the noise and is generally a bit lighter in character despite one of the higher barrel proofs in a while.
A bit pricey for what it is.
A stunning achievement in both whiskey distilling and aging. While Parker Beam did not live to see this whiskey bottled I am sure he would be proud of it.