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Murray Hill Club Bourbon Whiskey 750ml Bottle

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Murray Hill
Club Bourbon Whiskey
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Club Bourbon Whiskey 750ml
Joseph A. Magnus & Co. is located in Washington D.C and sources bourbons and whiskeys to make blends. Murray Hill Club Batch 18 is a blend of 11 and 18 year old bourbons with 9 year old light whiskey. The distilleries from which the bourbons and whiskey are sourced is undisclosed, and therefore so is the mashbill.
Beverage type:
Bourbon Whiskey
Alcohol Level:
50%
Bottle size:
750ml bottle Single
Product Origin:
USA
UPC code:
851437006031
Tastes like:
Caramel
Blackberry
Sweet
Chocolate
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About the brand
Joseph Magnus' Murray Hill Club Whiskey, first introduced in 1892, was reportedly one of the finest whiskeys on the market prior to Prohibition. The relaunched product was created using blending techniques that were regularly employed in Magnus' era but were largely lost with Prohibition. Fraley's background is in brandy production, and based on her experience she believed that the Murray Hill Club Whiskey would best be brought back using techniques and process similar to those used to create Cognac, Brandy, or a blended Scotch, including a slow reduction to reach final proof. The proof comes in at 102, making it just intense enough without losing any of its body.
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Ratings & Reviews (10)
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Corey Song
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This survey is of cluster 18. Would be pleasant if Nancy could fly in a let us know whether anything has changed for this group. Nose - So my early introduction is this is excessively sweet to an extreme and nearly getting into aspartame levels. I do at present get a pleasant piece of oak vanilla caramel...it is an exceptionally customary whiskey note and very on profile for somewhat of a conventional whiskey. That said it is amped up to 10 it's exceptional nosing there's unmistakably more extraordinary pleasantness than a 103 proof whiskey ought to give. In any case I can't generally give high applause on nose alone it's acceptable. Taste - This isn't the whiskey I recall from my first jug. You unquestionably get that there is some more established whisky in here. Including water truly helped this one. So with water you begin to get a portion of the better note however some fruity flavors are coming out as well. I'm getting a trace of tobacco as I go. This is mind boggling without anything leaping out and over fueling the general rich sweet matured whiskey profile. This is great whiskey. It isn't nutty it isn't chocolate it isn't cinnamon no mineral notes no over the top oak. It is those vanillas caramels corn and yes there's an oak note here yet it's simply great whiskey oak. It's mature enough there isn't a ton of an embrace" or a chomp however it has a great mouth feel and incredible verification. So I'm at a 3.25. An incredibly sold contribution somewhat costly yet the quality is here. There is a trace of a harsh completion that pushes me from 3.5 to the 3.25. I think the last container I had was pushing 4.0."
Posted on Sep 19th, 2020
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Marilyn Peralta
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intriguing loads of rye notes? great flavor. short completion. 7/6/18
Posted on Aug 15th, 2020
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Cristino Salas
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Somewhat more sultry than a year ago 2018. Anyway the nose is more inconspicuous.
Posted on Jun 28th, 2020
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Kent McLeod
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Nose - Standard notes of oak vanilla and cinnamon. Additionally a decent lot of ethanol. It's sort of the standard MGP whiskey nose just more sultry and progressively astringent. Sense of taste is slender and hot. There's some oak and loads of flavor however it's simply ailing in extravagance. Polish drops off before hitting the back sense of taste the main thing that waits a piece is the astringency. I ought to have done somewhat more due steadiness before purchasing this however I like everything else I've had from Joseph Magnus so I just got it. Turns out it's a mixed whiskey not a mix of straight whiskeys. Enormous distinction as this stuff is really 30% light bourbon. In the event that this were a $30 dollar bottle I may be somewhat more liberal with my score. In any case considering the $90-100 cost and the deceptive name I feel this truly merits a brutal score. Hell I have $30 store picks of Elijah Craig Little Clump that are superior to this stuff. Primary concern in case you're hoping to spend too much on a container go for the Joseph Magnus triple-barrel at a similar cost this one simply isn't justified despite any potential benefits.
Posted on Jun 15th, 2020
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Eugene Montgomery
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N: Sweet vanilla P: Rich butterscotch that works to a cinnamon creciendo F: Warm long and dry with that directly about if barrel burn
Posted on Jun 12th, 2020
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Tasting Notes
Nose
Caramel popcorn, blueberries, currants, hot chocolate with a bruleed marshmallow on top of it, oil paint, pine cones.
Taste
The nose is sweet, but on the palate this has a savory, tingly, spicy quality.
Finish
More of a rye. Black pepper. Vanilla. This is more alcohol-forward than the Magnus.
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