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Cleveland Underground Bourbon Finished with Sugar Maple Wood Review

Tasting Notes & Ratings

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Distillery Tasting Notes

Made by Cleveland Whiskey

Rich and robust color. Medium to full-bodied mouth feel. Subtle sweet maple, vanilla, and caramel undertones.

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Details

Proof: 92
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 46%
Aged: Less than 6 months
Mash Bill: 75% Corn, 21% Rye, and 4% Malted Barley
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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
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