BlueGrass_BrownWater wrote:Hey Mike, I was curious about how others perceived the grass/hay notes in bourbons. I honestly haven't come across that particular note in many common off-the-shelf bourbons so when I found it in Four Roses SB, I was a little surprised and confused. I didn't know if it was a deliberate flavor that is selected for or if something went wrong with this particular barrel. Based on your post and what I have read from other seasoned bourbon drinkers, it seems like it is among the assortment of flavor notes that is sought after. It's interesting but the more I drink this bottle, the more I like the toasted hay.
Squire wrote:I'll take a four year old Bourbon over a 12 year Scotch any day and I've consumed a helluva lot of Scotch.
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