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Penelope Bourbon Review

Tasting Notes & Ratings

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Distillery Tasting Notes

Made by Castle & Key Distillery ~ Penelope Bourbon

Aroma: Balanced corn sweetness, caramel, light oak, syrup, dynamic aroma profile with slight savory notes. Forward Notes: Sweet fruit and grain, slight leather, very slight candied cream, and cherry. Body: Fruit, syrup, candied sweetness, and a savory vanilla note with slight berry and citrus. Finish: slight buttercream (icing) and cornbread finish with lingering vanilla spice.

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Additional Notes

Four grain.

Details

Proof: 80
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 40%
Aged: 2-3 years
Mash Bill: 75% Corn, 15% Wheat, 7% Rye, and 3% 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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