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Balcones Texas Single Malt
Single Malt - U.S.A. - 51.00% 7 Clearly a lovely distillate. Hope to see it slightly older and more integrated.
Balcones True Blue
Single Malt - U.S.A. - 63.60% 8 Seems to have a rum influence. A finish? No it is a corn American whiskey? I wouldn't have guessed. A rich aromatic profile and a pleasantly surprising alcohol mastering.
E.H. Taylor Jnr Single Barrel 2000 11 Years Old
Single Malt - U.S.A. - 50.00% 8 A polished and complex whiskey.
Eagle Rare 17 Years Old
Single Malt - U.S.A. - 45.00% 8 A bourbon for non sweet teeth. Rich, very well structured.
High Spirits Mesquite Smoked Arizona
Single Malt - U.S.A. - 40.00% 7 Has the true spirit character slightly masked here?
McCarthy's Single Malt
Single Malt - U.S.A. - 40.00% 6 In a young whisky, I would have expected more freshness of flavour, but the elements are there, and the product shows promise.
Single Malt - U.S.A. - 62.10% 8 Despite the 'Old', a new rye. The idea was to get closer to what the first American ryes might have been. I like the idea. Wins points for all-rye character and assertiveness.
St George Single Malt
Single Malt - U.S.A. - 43.00% 6 Knowing that this distillery began with eau-de-vie, I hope I am not being suggestible, but I find the fruitiness of this whisky overwhelming.
St George Single Malt Lot 9
Single Malt - U.S.A. - 43.00% 6 The Californian St George, not the Norfolk one. One of the finest craft distillers
Woodford Reserve Master's Collection Maple Wood
Single Malt - U.S.A. - 47.20% 7 Deep, rich. The final recommendation from a cracking bunch.