Copper Fox American Single Malt Whisky

Copper Fox American Single Malt Whisky

(0.75l, 48%)


5.8/10
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Unprecedented and ultra-American Single Malt.

The story of Copper Fox is a story of passion, love for Whiskey, and mad skills. Rick Wasmund opened the distillery in 2005 in Sperryville, Virginia, after years of meticulous research. All of the barley comes from one farmer and the sort of barley they use was exclusively developed for them by Virginia Tech. What a rad origin story! Then, the grain is smoked and dried with local fruitwoods instead of peat, and – get ready for this – Copper Fox is the only distillery on the planet that matures Whiskey in toasted applewood. You can’t get ritzier than that.

This bottle brings an original American Single Malt of a rich copper color and intriguing harmony of aromas and flavors. It was distilled from 100% malt mash and spent up to 18 months in ex-Bourbon barrels and was finished with toasted applewood. It's a peerless American Whiskey that will make you ask yourself: "Where was this delight all this time?!" Well, it's here now and consider us flabbergasted. 

Flavor Spiral™

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toasted
honey
olive
spicy
toasted rye
leather
dried fruit
marmelade
apple
What does Copper Fox American Single Malt Whisky taste like?

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Moonshine Whiskey is distilled from a varied mix of corn and sugar and is aged in Mason jars and jugs for the length of time that it takes the customers to get home.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Amber copper.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Swanky aromas of suede, honey, olive tapenade and dried fruit chutney.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Full-bodied fruity palate with notes of honey, olive tapenade and suede.

Finish
Long and spicy finish with hints of root beer and rye toast.

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Ratings & Reviews
Carl
Carl,
Smokey
 
Mehmet
Mehmet,
Nice tobacco flavor on the nose, with a pleasant leather forward note, with a decent finish.
 
Julien
Julien,
Smooth finish
 
Michael
Michael,
Very medicinal nose, sharp taste. Perfect example of why I've moved on to more aged single malts.
 
Kenneth
Kenneth,
Of the three in the tasting box this was my least favorite. It has a very weak smoky flavor to it and not much else for tasting notes. Not smooth at all.
 
Scott
Scott,
I really like it! It’s very unique and enjoyable. My first impression was of hay or grass, especially when nosing. The first big flavor is fruitiness which fades to a pleasant dry sweetness. I’m very impressed. If you’re expecting something like a single malt you may be shocked but if you have an open mind you’ll be pleasantly surprised!
 
Sylvia
Sylvia,
It had a very sharp initial nose, but the flavor was overly honeyed. I tried it neat and with ice and didn’t care for it much either way.
 
Homer
Homer,
Love it, the Olive is unique in flavor and very tasty.
 
Amy
Amy,
Leather is gross. Yuck!
 
Tripp
Tripp,
Oak flavor
 
Matt
Matt,
Medicinal with burnt caramel notes, stringent finish on the tongue. Floral aroma
 
Ron
Ron,
Good aroma. Flavors kept changing during the tasting; some were good, some were not as good. I'm very divided on this one. Interesting fruit flavors, possibly apple. Noticeable amount of smoke but not too much for a scotch. At times there are other flavors that I didn't like.
 
WILLIAM
WILLIAM,
Wow... very loooong finish. Orange peel, light peat, hint of vanilla, & honey stick around on the palate for the longest finish I’ve experienced with any whiskey. I plan to purchase a bottle & pair this with a cigar. The peat smoke is subtle enough (compared to some heavily peated scotch I keep on the shelf) that it begs for a cigar to round it’s toasted smokiness out properly. I can definitely see how this might be a like it or don’t like it for people. For me, it’s intriguing... I keep smacking the roof of my mouth after each sip, surprised at how long the flavors stick around, mellow, and how different flavors take turns coming forward on the finish. The initial flavors are bold enough to stand up to cigar pairing, they’ll “cleanse” between draws, and the long finish will compliment the right cigar. Did I say “cigar” too much? Cigar.
 
Chris
Chris,
This one was just ok in my tasting box. To me this was a whiskey pretending to be a scotch. I know, all scotch is whiskey but “not all whiskeys are scotch”. I didn’t get any of the fruit notes as I enjoyed this and tasted a very Smokey burnt taste to it. That must have been the leather and toasted notes over powering everything else. I’ve had better whiskeys and scotches.
 
Karen
Karen,
Very strong from the start. Can’t it past the leather taste, not a fan.
 
Jacob
Jacob,
Peaty.
 
Robert
Robert,
A little alcohol forward. A touch of water brings out the flavor, but I still wasn’t excited.
 
Michael
Michael,
Loved the aroma, but proved to be a little sharp for me
 
Stacey
Stacey,
Really delightful! I would never have guessed a 1 yr old whiskey could taste so smooth! It’s “comfy chair next to the fireplace” kind of sipping whiskey.
 
Victor
Victor,
Interesting nose where I could smell the smoked fruitwood. Not a fan of the olive flavor and a little harsh.
 
Daniel
Daniel,
Ok, a little hard to drink.
 
Chris
Chris,
Not my favorite very smoky & peppery aroma and taste. Long finish and the after taste is not pleasant at all.
 
Doug
Doug,
A friend and I thought this was by far the best combination of flavor and spice in the Single Malt taste box.
 
Christopher
Christopher,
Just can’t get into this one
 
Daniel
Daniel,
Aromatic pipe tobacco... 👍🏻
 
Daniel
Daniel,
It goes down alright, not my favorite, but the aftertaste is revolting.
 
Alex
Alex,
Unfortunately, too fruity and sweet for me. It’s cool to hear about the story of distillery and all the unique things they’re doing, but I can’t say I enjoyed it. It tastes like fruity syrup...hopefully their other whiskies are better...
 
Bruce
Bruce,
Sharp on the nose. Smoke and Pete mix with some subtle rye notes. There is some sweetness but that is muddled by the other flavors.
 
Christopher
Christopher,
Strong peaty flavor. Okay sipper.
 
Rex
Rex,
Flavor of whiskey mixed with a campfire. Liked it at first but not sure I can finish the bottle. This is definitely a slow supper.
 
Matthew
Matthew,
8.75 ~ beautiful flavor
 
Mr.
Mr.,
Decent drink. Sweet with hints of olive. Th finish burns a little much for my taste
 
chris
chris,
i definitely taste the olive, i almost thought this was a peaty scotch
 
Oliver
Oliver,
Nice smooth start, personally really don’t like the finish
 
John
John,
Decent body, with enjoyable sweet notes, but a little more peaty than I like.
 
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