REVIEW & TASTING NOTES
This falls in line with most New Riff Single Barrel offerings, although it drinks incredibly easy. I’d go so far as to call this a guzzler. While it’s clocking in at 104.6 proof it doesn’t bring any ethanol to the nose or palate, and shows off a lot of very ice cream shop style vibes: creamy vanilla and a caramel drizzle being the most prominent. While not the most complex pour by any means, this New Riff selection is really tasty and the good stuff is dialed up a notch here. It presents itself with a fuller oak structure than I’d have imagined for being under four and a half years, and this brings along with it just a hint of mocha. Further proof that New Riff is absolutely killing it out here in the bourbon world. Good selection, good price, thumbs up.
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