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Ironroot Harbinger 115 Straight Bourbon Review

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Expert Rating: 87Highly Rated Bourbon

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Distillery Tasting Notes

Ironroot Republic Distilling

NOSE - Maple syrup, orange marmalade, and complex red fruits. TASTE - Red fruits and baking spices on a bed of dark sugars with a medium-rich finish that gets you back in the glass. GRAINS - Purple Corn, Bloody Butcher Corn, Flint Corn, non-GMO Yellow Dent Corn, and Rye.

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Proof: 115
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 57.5%
Aged: 32 months
Mash Bill: Undisclosed
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Ratings Key

Ratings breakdown based on a 100 point scale.

  • 100 Unsurpassable (The GOAT)
  • 95-99 Exceptional
  • 90-94 Excellent
  • 85-89 Great
  • 80-84 Good
  • 75-79 Above Average
  • 70-74 Average
  • 65-69 Below Average. Mixer, at best
  • 60-64 Bad
  • 50-59 Drain Pour
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