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When I pour a bourbon, I enter the process with predicted results. There is a certain character that speak through a bourbon, usually a smoky char. I have had Evan Williams before, but here goes a review from scratch Nose: Your usual char, but more tame, diluted in watermelon juice. A bit sweet, a frosted berry/spearmint bubblegum. Some pulled sugar binds the beautiful aroma together. A controlled but intense dessert. Palate: Mild for a bourbon. Begins with fruit, melon with a splash of citrus, The fruit has depth, maybe some dark berries and even plums. the frosted coating shatters into the palate leaving a mouth coating sugariness. Finish: The sugariness sits until bitters make an unfashionable appearance. Rest assured, sugar rejects the bitters. Body: A swish of freshness, but not much more.
Don't pass this one up, but also be selective.