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First Taste of Evan Williams 2002 Bourbon
Posted: November 18, 2011
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NOSE: Rich aroma of maple candy, vanilla, olive oil and some tangy orange peel.
PALATE: The maple candy from the nose makes the initial stand on the palate and soon gets reinforcement from a spice bombardment of licorice and tarragon. Then the flavor moves seamlessly into olive oil territory to be joined with saffron and cashews.
FINISH: The savory and nutty notes continue on the front of the long finish before turning into hard candy with lots of orange and some tangerine.
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