Bear Fight American Single Malt Whiskey reveiw. I always preface my reviews of single malt whiskeys with the fact that I am relatively new to the single malt world. However, I still feel obligated to write about what I taste. So, here are my tasting notes for Bear Fight American Single Malt Whiskey.
There is a powerful candy corn, honey, subtle peat, and butterscotch aroma on the nose of Bear Fight American Single Malt Whiskey. If you dig deeper into the smell, you get a grassy, light lemonade mixed with peat and hints of sweet licorice.
The first thing you notice is that this 3-year-old single malt's palate is very sweet with smoky caramel candy corn, Sherry, and smoky peat. At 90 proof, this is very easy to drink with a slight tannic spice once it hits the mid-palate. The mouth feel a little oilier than I anticipated.
The warmth of the finish is very mild as the very light peat and sweet oak linger. Even though the heat is gentle, it remains at a very low level for a while.