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  • February 10, 2019 1 min read

    Blanton’s Gold Bourbon Review
    Distillery: Buffalo Trace 
    Type: Straight Bourbon/Single Barrel bourbon
    Barrel: 519
    Rick: 55
    Bottle: 42
    Proof: 103

    Color: mahogany
    Nose: caramel, brown butter, oak, tobacco
    Flavor: caramel chews, leather, honeyed oak, black pepper, roasted poblano pepper, vanilla beans, mild tobacco
    Viscosity: medium
    Finish: powerful with a nice, tapered, full bodied heat. A slight aspartame trace lingered after a few moments.

    Caramel Explosion! Literally a spicy, caramel Hiroshima that will level your preconceived notions of Original Blanton’s single barrel. Pleasant oak levels with charred poblano pepper notes.

    Pairings: I would recommend this with grilled poblano stuffed with copious amounts of cheddar and jack cheese and crumbled sausage. Or Caramel.....All the caramel!!!!

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