Cleveland Whiskey Bourbon 100 proof
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750ml Bottle $341.89
Case of 12
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Most Recent Reviews
The Extract of Wood
March 24, 2014
Reviewed by: EddieV
This is a special process whiskey that claims to attain the flavor profile that is as good if not better than most 10-12 year aged whiskey. Based on their claims this whiskey falls way short. Nose: Ethanol (alcohol). Past that nothing but sawdust, old wet wood. None of the notes that you would expect from an oak aged whiskey especially one that claims to be better that one-aged 10-12 years. No sweet note or spice notes. Tastes: At a 100 proof it’s a high alcohol entry but manageable. The extract of wood. Unrefined wood taste. Then citrus pith, Iodine/soapy. No…Read the full review »
March 01, 2014
Reviewed by: Mark V
First impression, excellent nose, great cherry and maple notes, a hint of sweetness and slight vanilla. This will be a staple in my cabinet from now on. It would be great with a fine cigar.
October 07, 2013
Reviewed by: brownies12
Tried some recently and really enjoyed the flavor! Goes great in a Manhattan too! Now I can send some to friends out of state!
Lots of bang for the $
October 03, 2013
Reviewed by: ChiCitiGirl
I'm a fan of the nuances the "speed aging" has on this Whiskey Bourbon. First off, the nose is amazing: maple, sweet wood, vanilla. Someone should make a perfume/cologne out of this scent. I would promptly lick anyone wearing it.
Taste: more maple and vanilla. Warm in a cozy way. Smooth enough to drink neat and with enough heat (100 proof) for a solid bourbon cocktail. This stuff is lots of bang for the $.
Thumbs up Cleveland Whiskey! Keep doing what you do.
Mistake by the Lake
October 03, 2013
Reviewed by: ThirstyinOhio
They aren't the first and won't be the last distillery to attempt to speed up the aging process. Unfortunately their process, like all before it such as smaller barrels, sound waves, and other methods of agitation, simply fail at making a palatable whiskey.
Yes, you get the big wood flavor, no surprise there as his system forces the alcohol in and out of the barrel, but there is no balance at all. Where there should be hints of other flavors, such as vanilla, dark chocolate, and so on, its straight up wood pulp. This is simply an unbalanced whiskey that…