Eddie has called this arguably Russell’s most complex Bourbon and all you have to do is open it up to see why. Bottled at barrel strength 89.5 proof, Russell’s Reserve 2003 16-Year Bourbon is a treat and a rare one at that. Dark in color with inviting aromas of charred and seasoned oak, the palate reveals bright spice with layers of confectioner’s sugar, burnt caramel, and buttery vanilla and leather. A smoky and smooth finish has lingering oak and sweet notes of caramel and vanilla.
I have just two of these bottles to sell– a treasure for American Whiskey collectors.
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