Colonel E.H. Taylor Small Batch Review

This is the cheapest of the core Colonel EHT lineup from Buffalo trace. It’s a NAS small batch expression that’s bottled in bond and thus bottled at 50% ABV.

Nose: A bit musty and closed of at first before heavy oak and banana bread poke through. Cloves and nutmeg emerge with a bit of acetone lurking in the background.

Palate: Some weird metallic note up front before turning leathery with anise and toasted oak. Fairly basic palate lacking some of the spicier notes from the nose.

Finish: Cloves come back with a nutty, musty oak and a bit of wheat bread.

Rating: 83/100 – A pretty standard, young BIB bourbon. Would be nice for an every day drinker.

Value for the money: I typically see these around $38 or so which makes a good value buy.

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