Charbay II Whiskey (750ml)

SKU #1004469

Very rare, only 24 barrels were distilled and it is constantly evolving in the casks! This is the second release of Charbay's Whiskey dislilled from Pilsner, which leaves its impression on the spirit from start to finish - spice, hops and barley - all in balance. 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This whiskey reads like a cross between Bourbon and a fine Cognac, delivering rich aromas of caramel, espresso and creme brulee. Although initially brisk and spicy, the flavor fades to a long burnt-toffee finish and bracing bite. Feels warm and soft on the tongue." (03/11)

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By: The Distilled Spiritualist | Review Date: 3/18/2010
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As whiskeys go, this was certainly one of the most unusual-- and creative-- whiskeys I've had the pleasure to taste. The first sniff (or two) offers up lots of wildflower honey and hops, followed by rye bread dough, dark chocolate nibs, aromatic eucalyptus leaves, maybe even a touch of bergamot oil. The palate entry is slightly bitter from the hops, but is quickly masked by florals, vanilla custard, cedar chest, rye spiciness, candied ginger and fresh orange zest. Worth it? Absolutely. Not your everyday whiskey, mind you, but certainly one to enjoy for a long time.

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Alcohol Content (%): 55