Neat. Widely spaced, long legs. Serious sweet orange and big butter in the nose. Taste is a little hot, quite tannic and woody. Sharp and hot. Not the biggest fan. Probably should be enjoyed on the rocks… read more
Four Roses has a long and storied reputation, albeit one that was sullied for a time when, under the ownership of Seagrams, Four Roses only sold blended whiskey—straight whiskey blended with young whiskey… read more
When my wife and I toured the distillery, we were pleasantly surprised to find the Four Roses regular bottling (yellow label) quite nice. Surprised because the once popular and high quality bourbon en… read more
The 2009 Four Roses Mariage Collection is a small batch co-mingling—or “mariage,” as goes the French affectation—of two bourbon recipes of different ages: a 60% maize/35% rye/5% malted barley mash with… read more
The Four Roses Bourbon brand has only recently been introduced to the Belgian UK market and I had the pleasure of having one last night before dinner.
This is a Kentucky Bourbon. I had the original Four… read more
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