Home

Castle & Key Small Batch Straight Bourbon (Batch 1) Review

Tasting Notes & Ratings

Expert Rating: TBD

Castle & Key Small Batch Straight Bourbon (Batch 1) Photo

Distillery Tasting Notes

Peristyle LLC ~ Castle & Key Distillery

Aroma: Honey, Golden Raisin, Brown Butter, Orange Blossom, Baked Nutmeg, and Stone Fruit. Taste: Toffee, Bread Dough, Dates, Baking Spice, and Toasted Almonds. Finish: Cinnamon and Allspice.

See Reviews by the People, Below Review This Whiskey

Additional Notes

There are eighty barrels in this small batch.

Details

Proof: 49
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 98%
Aged: 4 years
Retail (MSRP): $41.99

What whiskeys do YOU think have a similar taste profile as Castle & Key Small Batch Straight Bourbon (Batch 1)? (Login to answer)

Click this button to find Bourbons or other whiskeys that might be similar in taste profile. Results below. Don't forget our Bourbon search engine where you can search by flavor profile.

Reviews by the People of Castle & Key Small Batch Straight Bourbon (Batch 1)

 

76 Castle & Key Small Batch Straight Bourbon Quick Review

Mark Pringle - With Castle & Key Small Batch Straight Bourbon, the nose opens up very light sweet honey and fresh fruit (green apple), and then the oak takes over. It is a light oak that does not last very long. The aroma almost disappears, and then the light oak co...Read More

Review This Whiskey

Ratings Key

Ratings breakdown based on a 100 point scale.

  • 90-100 Exceptional
  • 80-89 Very Good
  • 70-79 Average
  • 60-69 Below Average
  • 50-60 Drain Pour
Card image cap
Provide Feedback

Would you mind giving us feedback? What do you like or dislike about the website? How can we make it better? What features would you like to see added?

Barrell Dovetail, An Exceptional Whiskey

This review is based on the remaining 1/4 of my bottle of Barrel Dovetail. I have to admit I am a little bit biased because I seem to gravitate to all of Barrell’s finished Whiskeys. Doveta...Read More

How to Evaluate Bourbon and Other Whiskeys

Bourbon tastings have become a popular activity among whiskey drinkers. In fact, you have seen enthusiasts analyze and evaluate whiskeys as if they are examining a fine work of art. These experts refe...Read More

Are "Neck Pours" a Thing? Whiskey Perception or Reality?

You may hear the phrase "neck pour" among whiskey enthusiasts. The phrase refers to the first one or two pours of a bottle of whiskey: typically coming from the bottle's neck. Som...Read More