This American whiskey from Michter's Distiller in Louisville, Kentucky, is matured in barrels which had previously held bourbon. As such, this expression cannot be called bourbon, as bourbon needs to be matured in new American oak barrels - hence why it's called whiskey instead. Slightly confusing legal nomenclature aside, it's bloomin' marvellous!
Nose: Polished oak, buttery corn and a kick of caraway spiciness. Palate: Wonderfully creamy on the palate, boasting notes of butterscotch, golden syrup and sultanas. Finish: Corn appears again, with peach and apple alongside it.
-- Masters of Malt