Pure Kentucky Bourbon 2006 Review [In Depth]
Pure Kentucky Bourbon 2006
Pure Kentucky Bourbon 2006 Details
Distillery: Willett (sourced from unknown Kentucky distillery)
Type & Region: Bourbon, Kentucky
Aged: 10.5 years
Price: I paid $53
From the company website:
There’s a site, but there’s no real description.
Pure Kentucky Bourbon 2006 overview
Pure Kentucky Bourbon 2006 smell
The scents smells so strange because of how wildly unique (and amazing) they are, yet it all feels oddly familiar like sherry / port-matured Scotch. Some bourbons are date and prune-forward, often wine-finished ones, but Pure Kentucky takes it to another level. It is so in your face.
I also can’t get over that awesome funk that’s everywhere. It’s not sour or rancid, it’s sort of like sherry and/or ripe fruit funk. On top of that, it’s dark, dense, and heavy without the overly roasty, oaky, or burnt scents. Every little drop is cram full of magical character. Henry McKenna 10 Year and Elijah Craig Barrel Proof are very roasty, spicy, and occasionally nutty, but Pure Kentucky isn’t that way. What a wild experience.
Pure Kentucky Bourbon 2006 taste and aftertaste
Pure Kentucky Bourbon 2006 Rating
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