Did you know that for every year that passes bourbon grows another year older? This is just one of the many revelations discovered on this episode of the Revue de Bourbon Podcast! We are taking a scenic journey down bourbon highway 101 and you will be sitting shotgun. Get your cameras out, coming up on your left is a 20 year old Barterhouse by Orphan Barrel. A few miles past that on your right will be a Mellow Eagle, those are rare. Hey look, there's a Wayne! Strap in and suit up, it's highway time...
Tasting Notes - Barterhouse by Orphan Barrel 20yr.
Taste - strawberry pepper rhubarb pie, gentle spicy charcoal on the back end
Smell - creme brulee, lemon
Sight - dark blood orange-ish hue
Touch - a pat on the back from an elder wiseman
Sound - the dull roar of a buffalo stampede approximately one mile away