Four Roses 9 Year 6 Month Old "K&L Exclusive OBSQ" Single Barrel Cask Strength Kentucky Bourbon (750ml)

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Our latest edition of OBSQ encapsulates everything Bourbon drinkers love about higher rye recipes; namely, the combination of richness and peppery spice that act as the yin and yang of a balanced American whiskey. The B in OBSK means we're dealing with a 60% corn, 35% rye Four Roses mashbill (the other 5% the standard malted barley addition), and you can taste every bit of that formula at play. The first sip brings a wave of dark cocoa and polished wood without any of the floral aromas that the Q yeast strain is known to propagate. The nose is more of the same: big toasted oak aromas, straight down the middle. The rye spice really pops on the palate and at 61% the whiskey almost tastes like a cask strength version of Blanton's or Elmer T. Lee with the character of the rye in clear focus. The finish is where you start to taste the floral elements of the yeast and they combine with the wood to create a spicy and lingering memory. Fans of rye spice and rye whiskey will want to take note of this selection. It's one of the most classically-flavored Four Roses casks we've purchased in recent memory.

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Staff Image By: Jeffrey Jones | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 12/8/2016 | Send Email
This smells like what I think bourbon candy would, were one to make it. It is sweet and pretty. In the mouth it is more nuanced,with juicy flavors that are balanced out into a some what delicate and complex offering that is slightly drier than the current OESK K&L selection. Four Roses single casks are always good and this barrel continues this tradition.

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Alcohol Content (%): 61