Four Roses Yellow Label
Four Roses Yellow Label Review
From the company website:Mix up your favorite cocktail with a sophisticated, contemporary flair with this worldwide favorite. Enjoy this smooth and mellow Bourbon with its long and soft finish. Savor its unique aromas and flavors in your favorite Bourbon cocktail, on the rocks, or with a splash. 80 proof. 40% alcohol/volume.
four roses yellow label overview
Four Roses Yellow Label is the most affordable and accessible bourbon in the expansive line of Four Roses bourbons, spanning this one, small batch, 100 proof single barrel OBSV, small batch select, the single barrel barrel proof, small batch limited edition, and various one-off limited releases. And yes, you can find Yellow Label in the US, Japan, and all over the world.
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Four Roses Yellow Label Rating
From memory I think there are noticeable difference between the version from the early 2000’s and the one today. I’ll be sure to dig into that more in my Four Roses Yellow Label: Old vs New Comparison, because I’m curious how much could have changed over 20+ years.
In the realm of sub-$25 bourbon, I’m still prefer Evan Williams Bottled in Bond, my favorite budget bourbon. I personally prefer heavier and denser bourbon, and Evan Williams Bottled in Bond delivers it so well at about the same price. Wild Turkey 101 will do too, although admittedly I’ve never had a great experience with it (but I want to).
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