A review of High N Wicked The Judge 14-Year Straight Bourbon finished in Hungarian Tokaji Barrels. Sometimes, an impromptu bourbon purchase can be a spectacular winner. That is the case with High N' Wicked The Judge.
The Purchase Story
I was in one of my favorite liquor stores, which, unfortunately, is not very close to where I live, so when I go there, I spend a lot of time looking around because they often have whiskeys that are rare where I live.
While perusing the whiskeys, I noticed this extremely dark bourbon in an unusually shaped bottle named High N' Wicked The Judge 14-Year Bourbon. It had a very nice logo, so it immediately attracted my attention. As I read the label, I noticed it had a 14-year age statement and was a bourbon. My interest began to peek further. I then saw 104 proof, an acceptable proof range for my palate. I continued to examine the label and noticed it was a Tennessee bourbon with 84% corn, 8% rye, and 8% malted barley mash bill finished in Hungarian Tokaji Barrels. What's Tokaji? That's when I started to become skeptical because that's a George Dickel mashbill, and I am not a fan of Dickel.
Still, the other features were so intriguing that I purchased The Judge after a quick Googling to see what others said about this whiskey.
Before I review this whiskey, let's start by saying High N' Wicked The Judge 14-Year Bourbon was an outstanding purchase.