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Bulleit Bourbon

Bulleitproof whiskey

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@jeanlucReview by @jeanluc

5th Aug 2009

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I'm a a big fan of Bourbon and Bulleit is one of the more accessible options for those who want try something slightly more challenging than the average supermarket bottles without straying too far from the road - or should I say dirt track.

Its ballsy. With a good bite to it. And a nice lingering oak finish.

Well worth the money.

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8 comments

@brucefraser
brucefraser commented

Love the bottle design too. Definitely a favorite of mine and my go-to bourbon.

10 years ago 0

@jeanluc
jeanluc commented

Yeah it's a classic package.

10 years ago 0

@AboutChoice
AboutChoice commented

Nice to find someone who enjoys a variety of spirits, as I do. Yes, I will always keep a bottle of Bulliet ... great for something different ... dry, refined, classy, reserved, bold, respectable ... nothing else really like it.

9 years ago 0

@markjedi1
markjedi1 commented

I just found out that this bottle is quite cheap too. On the wishlist now!

9 years ago 0

@jdcook
jdcook commented

The new recent activity feature sure gets me looking at a lot more stuff. This certainly looks intriguing! Nicely brought up @AboutChoice!

9 years ago 0

@Victor
Victor commented

Lovely kick-ass bourbon with the highest rye content among all bourbons at about 30%.

9 years ago 0

whiskymike62 commented

Admittedly, I'm not a Bourbon fan but I loved this one. The story behind the whiskey involving the mysterious disappearance of it's founder is movie of the week fodder. While touring the distilleries in Kentucky last year I tried to find out where the heck this stuff is made. Everyone I asked had a different answer. I was told the Buffalo Trace made it but then I also heard it was made at the Jim Beam distillery. But when I asked there, none acknowleged it. Mysteries abound for Bulleit but the liquor itself is simple and delicious. Oh, and yeah, nice bottle design.

9 years ago 0

@dbk
dbk commented

Actually @whiskymike62, Bulleit was originally made by Buffalo Trace but is these days made by Four Roses; the brand is owned by Diageo.

9 years ago 0

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