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Thomas H. Handy Sazerac 2020 Review

Tasting Notes & Ratings

Expert Rating: TBD

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Distillery Tasting Notes

Made by Sazerac Company ~ Buffalo Trace Distillery

Nose: Floral notes, apricots, with cherries and cream. Palate: Cinnamon, anise, and honey. Finish: Long finish of black pepper, floral notes, and a hint of pine.

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Additional Notes

Year of Distillation: Spring of 2014. Release: Fall of 2020. 32% of the original whiskey was lost to evaporation.

Details

Proof: 129.0
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 64.5%
Aged: 6 years and 2 months
Mash Bill: Buffalo Trace Rye Mash Bill
Retail (MSRP): Provide this info

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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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