Larceny Bourbon Bottling Note
Terrific Kentucky bourbon, named for one of the more colourful character in whiskey history. Y'see, John E. Fitzgerald was a bonded treasury agent, one of the only people to carry keys to the storage warehouses. He was also something of a whiskey enthusiast, and didn't mind using the aforementioned keys to get at some of whiskey with the barrels inside the aforementioned storage warehouses.
The bourbon itself makes use of wheat, rather than the more commonly used rye, as the second grain, making for a mellow, creamy expression.
Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt
Nose: Brioche dipped in fruity coffee, cedar, a kick of aromatic coriander.
Palate: Buttered corn, molasses, malt loaf, slowly build Christmas spices.
Finish: Peppery at first, though soon enough the fruity coffee notes return and give it a sweet profile.