Michter's Small Batch Bourbon has provided the bedrock for entry-level customers to experiment with before they jump into the deep end and try to find some of their more allocated offerings. Drinkability is the name of the game in the ~90 proof bourbon category and Michter's takes it seriously. Tasting Notes Nose: A lovely aroma of baked goods is front and center with vanilla, cinnamon, apples and brown butter almost making you believe that a piece of streusel in front of you. The sweetness is complete with loads of caramel too. Palate: The palate picks up a bit of rye spice character along with some cinnamon heat that adds some depth. Otherwise, the sweetness of the nose transforms into caramel candies and a toasted citrus zest. There is also a small amount of oak present as well. Finish: The finish is a medium-lasting one consisting of more toasted orange zest, cinnamon and clove. The rye spice still hangs around and is kind of welcome due to the added complexity it brings

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