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Review of Wattie Boone & Sons Vintage Barrel #68

Review of Wattie Boone & Sons Vintage Barrel #68
Reader Rating859 Votes
9.4
10

Wattie Boone & Sons Vintage Barrel Selection (Barrel #68)

Nose

When you take a whiff of this whiskey, you’ll experience big apple caramel, maple syrup, and bananas foster scents that all combine to create a luscious aroma.

Palate

The palate of this whiskey is strong and flavorful, maintaining an intensity of molasses, brown sugar, cocoa powder, and a thick syrupy oak.

Finish

The finish is sweet and smooth with notes of nutmeg, rich oak, reduced maple syrup, and a lingering cinnamon.

Overall

With its powerhouse of flavors, Wattie Boone & Sons Vintage Barrel Selection is a must-have whiskey. Even though it can’t be labeled “Straight,” the whiskey still packs perfect intensity and huge flavor. So if you overlook this small detail, you will be rewarded with a unique and flavorful whiskey.

Review of Wattie Boone & Sons Vintage Barrel #68
Review of Wattie Boone & Sons Vintage Barrel #68
Bottle Info

Classification: Whiskey

Company: Preservation Distillery

Distillery: Sourced from an undisclosed distillery in Tennessee

Release Date: October 2022

Proof: 125.4

Age: 10 Years

Mashbill: Undisclosed

Color: Dark Caramel

MSRP: $100 (2023)

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Reader Rating859 Votes
9.4
10

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2 Comments

  1. This particular barrel selection is sure to please all whiskey lovers with its rich and varied flavors. From the nose to the finish, it offers a tantalizing combination of sweet and savory notes that make it a standout option. Don’t let the labeling details deter you, as this whiskey is definitely worth trying.

  2. This whiskey sounds like a delicious and complex blend of flavors. The notes of apple, caramel, maple syrup, and oak make it a must-try for any whiskey enthusiast. The strong and sweet palate, paired with a smooth and flavorful finish, make this whiskey a standout choice. Overall, it seems like a unique and flavorful addition to any collection.

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Written by Daniel Davis

Daniel Davis has been writing about spirits for over 10 years. He is a frequent speaker at whiskey festivals and events around the country and has been a judge at several international spirit competitions. He is passionate about educating people about the history and culture of whiskey and bourbon and loves to share his knowledge with others.

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