A solid drinkable bourbon that is also cheap
The 10 year old version of an already good whiskey for just a few dollars more.
A decent high rye bourbon of the old school.
An interesting experiment in salvage.
A more complex and fruitier Jack that is a bit more plush.
A very civilized Tennessee Whisk(e)y of wonderful complexity. Highly recommended!
This whisky also uses a higher proportion of corn than most bourbon, proprietary yeast strains and single story warehouses -all of which contribute to the uniqueness of the whisky.
Cheaper and better than Jack.
The other Tennessee Whisk(e)y – much older, more muscular and flavorful than the other Tennessee Whisk(e)y .
I’m pretty sure if Parker Beam was still alive he would drink this – it’s that good.
Delicious, complex and smooth everything you might want for a great price.
The Microsoft of Tennessee Whisk(e)y Rough around the edges and fairly straightforward if you like that kind of thing.
An older style bourbon that just seems a bit tired and light compared to their others.
No longer a whiskey I would recommend. Better cheaper stuff out there now.
Interesting and well made, but not to my personal taste.
A good bourbon of a drier style, that is not as common as it used to be.
A bit uninspiring and tired for a 12 year old.
If you like Makers Mark you will enjoy this one,