Quick Notes on Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond 9 Year Bourbon

Review by Mark Pringle |

79 General Review of Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond 9 Year Bourbon (Spring 2020)

The Nose

Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond 9 Year Bourbon starts its adventure with a creamy, sweet, and spicy decadent nose. There is a cascade of burnt caramel or crème brûlée. It smells like it looks; dark, creamy, and rich—burnt brown sugar.

The Taste

The palate is a perfect blend of spicy sweetness. The wheat spice might be a little more dominant, but in combination with the excellent viscosity and creamy sweetness, it creates the perfect blend. The palate was hotter than it’s 100 proof, but that is good for this bourbon. It seems more like a 112 proof bourbon.

The Finish

The finish of this Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond 9 Year is nice and warm. It goes down easy, and it’s not too hot on the back of the throat.

Author: Mark Pringle
Smell IS taste. I am just a guy who has been hit with the bourbon bug and who has come to the conclusion that life is too short to drink average tasting bourbons. Go Gators!
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