We’re going back to an old favorite on today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table. Knob Creek 9 Year Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon, a whiskey that we reviewed on the blog way back in June of 2010.
Yes, we’ve been at this nonsense for over 12 years. Times flies when you’re having fun!
Before we get to the review, here’s a bit of info about Knob Creek taken directly from their website:
When it comes to making Knob Creek Bourbon, there’s a lot of waiting but hardly any sitting around. While each barrel patiently ages in white oak, our distillers continue to raise the standards, fulfilling their commitment to full flavor. The result? An unflinching balance of deep, pre-Prohibition-style bourbon with a robust oak taste, complemented with hints of smooth vanilla and layered caramel.
Is this old favorite still a favorite?
Is it as good as we remember?
Click play on the following video to find out:
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Categories: Booze Dancing TV, Booze Review, Knob Creek
Just picked some up the other day. Still yummy.
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