The nose of Lucky Seven The Frenchman begins with caramel candied apple, spice, and oak aromas. There’s something else on the nose that I can’t quite put my finger on. It’ll come to me eventually. Additionally, there is almost a honey syrupiness to the nose as well.
On the palate of Lucky Seven, The Frenchman Bourbon is oak, caramel, and a little sweetness. Baking spices are strong on the backend. In many ways, this is a very traditional bourbon. However, it is a good bourbon that incorporates a moderately creamy palate too. The Frenchman seems to get oiler the more you sip on it, a highly sought-after attribute. Evolves into a sweet earthy flavor.
Baking spices, mainly pepper, and very light cinnamon, become heightened the deeper you get into the tasting. The sweet oak and creaminess are always there in this 113-proof bourbon. Deep into the tasting experience, you arrive at a spicy salted caramel taste. However, it eventually settled into a sweet oak, tobacco, and baking spice palate. Wait, is that nutmeg? Wow!
Lucky Seven Spirits The Frenchman Kentucky Straight Bourbon is the kind of whiskey you can relax and drink without thought. It’s not overly complex or unique. It is simply an easy-drinking and delicious traditional bourbon.
Lucky Seven The Frenchman bourbon goes very dry on the finish. The sweetness disappears, and only baking spices and a burnt woodiness remain.