Pot Distilled from 100% New York Corn
There is a lot of mashlike notes on the nose. A woody, grainy mix.
The palate has a varnish woody stamp mixed with a grainy base. This is a young whisky from Tuthilltown distillery. They like to age their whisky on various small casks and some of the casks are laid next to the hot potstill. Surpriingly for a young whisky there is not a hot spirit note, so it's very drinkable. The youth can't be hidden, with the grainy taste and the maturation method has given this a strong wood/oak flavour. Persoanlly I am a fan of oaky flavoured whiskies (to a limit)
The finish is short-medium and then I get a little hot spirity taste. Ending with a heavy vanilla touch
Quite drinkable and one of the better offerings from the many new american whisky distilleries