On the nose I got honey and Maple Syrup - rather the smell of maple flavour..cooking flavours. Promising
The taste was very strong Liquorice, or fishermans freinds, mixed with syrup. Sweet and cloying.
The finish just faded out, maybe some citrus, orange, then a tiny bit of vanilla.
Overall impression was a little bit "rough".
I wouldn't pour it on a winters night anticipating a good book, more likely over ice in the summer months
Mind you £15.00 a bottle, it will go down one way or the other
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Four Roses is back in the US now after an absence of decades and they are putting out some really promising Bourbons.
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