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Wyoming Whiskey 88prf 750ml Small Batch
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Whiskey Cast 95
" These notes are for the original Batch #1 of Wyoming Whiskey. The nose is very smooth with fresh-baked wheat bread, fresh sawdust, orange peel, and subtle notes of black cherry and vanilla. The taste is mouth-filling and smooth, with mild cinnamon that has no bite, dried orange peel, and a hint of honey. The finish is long, dry, and smooth with mild orange peel and oak sawdust. Outstanding!"

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Item ID: #20931
Location at store:45b
Size: 750mL (liquor)
Alcohol by vol: 50%

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Whiskey Cast 95
" These notes are for the original Batch #1 of Wyoming Whiskey. The nose is very smooth with fresh-baked wheat bread, fresh sawdust, orange peel, and subtle notes of black cherry and vanilla. The taste is mouth-filling and smooth, with mild cinnamon that has no bite, dried orange peel, and a hint of honey. The finish is long, dry, and smooth with mild orange peel and oak sawdust. Outstanding!"

" Straight out of the bottle there is an astringent herbal quality to the nose. If you give it a swirl or two and let it sit it’ll open up to a heavy caramel with hints of vanilla and oak. The oak reminds me more of a green oak and not a toasted oak. If you’ve ever tried to burn green wood while camping you’ll know what I’m talking about. The nose rounds out with maraschino cherry, raw grain and a dried wild flower like potpourri floral note. It’s sweeter than the nose might allude to and while there is a bit of that astringent character its the caramel coated barley that comes right at you. A bit of vanilla but it’s very light, hints of young oak, a bit of orange like citrus and a mineral twinge to it. It has a very rustic quality to it that softens up with a splash of water or if it’s put on the rocks. A little dry with a slight alkaline minerality to it but still smooth and easy to drink with very little burn. Dusty caramel fades to soft wheat and wood. The aftertaste is the first time I can really taste the wheat in it which surprises me a bit because I find the wheat to be very pronounced in Maker’s Mark. " ~ Distillery notes

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