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Colonel E H Taylor Amaranth Grain of the Gods Bourbon Whiskey 750ml Bottle

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Colonel E. H. Taylor
Amaranth Grain of the Gods Bourbon Whiskey
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Amaranth Grain of the Gods Bourbon Whiskey 750ml
Amaranth “Grain of the Gods” is the tenth release in the E.H. Taylor, Jr. lineup. The standard lineup includes Small Batch Bourbon, Single Barrel Bourbon, Barrel Proof Bourbon, and Straight Rye. According to the company Press Release, Amaranth was aged over 10 years and will be a one-time only release that will start hitting markets in late July. Like most E.H. Taylor releases, Amaranth Bourbon is Bottled-in-Bond. To be labelled Bottled-in-Bond, the whiskey must be the product of one distillation season and one distiller at a single distillery, aged in a federally bonded warehouse under U.S. government supervision for at least four years, and it must be bottled at exactly 100 proof. Additionally, the Bottled-in-Bond label must clearly identify the distillery where it was distilled and where it was bottled, if different.
Beverage type:
Bourbon Whiskey
Alcohol Level:
50%
Bottle size:
750ml bottle Single
Product Origin:
Kentucky
Expert Rating:
89
Tastes like:
Butter
Oak
Caramel
Honey
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About the brand
Founded as a small-batch bourbon distillery by Colonel Edmund Hayes Taylor in the 1800s, Colonel E. H. Taylor has been an innovator since its inception. Not only did the brand revolutionize distilling processes and techniques, being the first to use copper fermentation and inventing a steam heating system still in use today, but Taylor's meticulous and precise approach to manufacturing whiskey also made his exports some of the most distinctive, complex and flavorsome sipping whiskeys, which they remain today. Produced in limited quantities at the Buffalo Trace Distillery, Colonel E. H. Taylor has received countless awards, most recently earning the Gold Medal in 2020's San Francisco World Spirits Competition for both their Small Batch and Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskeys. A legendary brand, unmatched in its dedication to quality.
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Raitings & Reviews (17)
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Sabrina Gordon
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Cinnamon and clove in an extremely sweet and sweet manner. To some degree white chocolate caramel and nutmeg to the profound nose. Minimal more liquor to the main smell than I would have anticipated
Posted on Jul 16th, 2020
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Julia Chabot
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Slick. As yet attempting to fold my head over it. Enormous therapeutic cherry notes. Nearly Robotussin like. This is peculiar.
Posted on Jul 16th, 2020
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Montserrat Castonguay
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The shading is a dull gleaming golden and it leaves overwhelming oils all around the glass with every development. The nose includes a lot of mellow preparing flavors alongside sweet notes of rich vanilla caramel and earthy colored sugar while traces of oak blend in with a progressively flower gently spearmint note. The nose extends into the sense of taste with it covering the mouth in the smooth pleasantness while a stew heat arrives in a progressive wave toward the end. The completion has the mouth despite everything feeling the hotness while you feel contacts of the better notes tenderly blurring close by a touch of oak. The amaranth appears to add a touch of hotness to what you would typically discover with E.H. Taylor having for an insignificant effect contrasted with different contributions in the Taylor line.
Posted on Jul 9th, 2020
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Mary Jensen
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Smooth as fuck!
Posted on Jul 2nd, 2020
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Bill Rong
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Whisk(e)y Barbecuing Time Review! So I did Greek Kabobs and in that idea I resembled why not open this unicorn up too. E.H. Taylor Jr. Amaranth Grain of the Divine beings Amaranth grain is most compared to wheat and was at one time a staple of the Aztecs utilized in various food things. They additionally utilized the grain to frame pictures of their divine beings during the hallowed month of Huitzilopochitli and afterward toward the month's end ate them so as to take in the divine beings which clarifies the birthplaces of this present whiskey's name Discharge Date: July 2019 ABV: half Age: NAS (More than 10 years for every the organization official statement) Squash Bill: Bison Follow Mashbill #1 that replaces rye with amaranth as the enhancing grain - corn amaranth and malted grain) Cost: $70 (2019) to 1200.00 optional Nose: Cherry ðÿ�' bomb from the start than takes a fast go to fall heating flavors dim chocolate and prepared oak meet up in a rich scent. The smell is extraordinary with the first pour and appeared to try and show signs of improvement with time sitting. Its power of this can go for a considerable length of time. By and by the smell stayed mind boggling welcoming and generally fascinating with a special practically like it was barrel in a wine container not long before discharge. Front: A light mouthfeel is recognizable yet this is countered with an initial a punch of flavors of flavors. The wine or sherry note is the punch nectar toasted caramel summer flower notes and contact of smoke practically scotch like qualities. Its an anomaly of nature how this kinda has a slight connotation of mixed of a high proof bourbon/scotch. Back/Finish: Sweet stogie bother from the start cowhide Christmas flavor immediately created also. The punch in the front turns out to be unpleasant alongside a tannic note. Its the waiting magnificence feels that it moves to quick and doesnt keep going excessively long. Bison Follow has numerous trials in progress and as of late has decided to respect E.H. Taylor by discharging restricted trial varieties of the brand. Crediting this to Taylors persona Bison Follow has expressed it honors Taylors suffering soul of development and duty to uncommon whiskey. The tenth remarkable discharge in the Taylor arrangement Amaranth is the 6th exceptional discharge and the second to utilize a novel mashbill. Notwithstanding while Four Grain had four grains in the mashbill they despite everything remained the most usually utilized grains - corn rye wheat and malted grain. Amaranth is the first of its sort with no different past whiskey utilizing the grain in its mashbill. This is amazing considering refineries like Corsair have discharged Grainiac (9 grain mashbill) done an audit one and Crazy in the Grain (12 grain mashbill) bourbons - none of which utilized amaranth. This is a one of a kind measure from the divine beings and damn fortunate to have the option to get a jug to audit. A feast is made for giggling and whisk(e)y maketh merry! Cheers!
Posted on Jul 2nd, 2020
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Tasting Notes
Nose
Caramel, butterscotch, baking spices, and seasoned oak come together in a rich, fragrant presentation. The overall aroma was borderline incredible with the first pour, but seemed to taper off in its intensity with subsequent pours on the following days. Nevertheless, ethanol is kept in check and the aroma remained complex, inviting, and most notably, interesting with a unique quality I just can’t quite put my finger on
Taste
Its thin mouthfeel is immediately noticeable, but this is countered with a vibrant set of flavors. Butterscotch, honey, caramel, summer fruits, and again a touch of oak. It’s a noticeable step down from the intensity of the aroma, but still enjoyable.
Finish
Sweet flavors tease at first, but traces of leather and tobacco quickly develop as well. Some bitterness follows along with a tannic note. It’s medium-length at best, and feels somewhat abbreviated and subpar compared to the rest of the sip.
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