Corsair Oatrage Whiskey

Corsair Oatrage Whiskey

(0.75l, 50%)

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Breakfast never tasted so good.

Don’t you just love it when an experiment works out? Home brewers and lifelong friends Darek Bell and Andrew Webber originally got together to make beer and wine but they couldn’t resist a few experiments with spirits. Luckily we are all here to reap the benefits.

From Red Absinthe to Buckwheat Whiskey their wide range of products all share a unique set of seasonal flavor combinations that always tend to shock, surprise and delight.

Today, with over 150 spirit awards in the distillery trophy cabinet, it’s fair to say that Darek and Andrew are no longer experimenting home brewers. With every product their goal is to create “ultra premium booze for badasses” and once again they have not failed.

This seasonal release of Corsair Oatrage combines malted oats and coffee malts into a Whiskey ideal for anyone with a sweet tooth looking to explore a diverse set of flavors. Normally a breakfast Whiskey would refer to a light and easy-to-drink spirit but here we have a product that should simply be known as a Whiskey tasting of breakfast.

This is like one of those indulgent bowls of oatmeal where you have ‘accidentally’ added too much chocolate and syrup. Calling it oatrageous would be a bit too easy so how about it’s oat of this world? Or oaterly magnificent? Fine, we’ll stop now. Let’s drink some Whiskey.

Oh and one last thing… Add some egg white, lemon juice and brown sugar to Corsair Outrage for a unique twist on a Whiskey Sour. You’re welcome. 

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Bourbon rules refer to manufacturing methods rather than location. Bourbon must be matured in new and charred American white oak casks for at least 2 years. If the bottle has no age statement, the Bourbon is at least 4 years old. No coloring or flavoring of any type is allowed, and the mash bill must contain at least 51% corn.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
The Copper Stills it came from

Nose / Aroma / Smell
French Toast, Cinnamon, Spice

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Oatmeal, Chocolate, Maple Syrup

Coffee with a spoonful of brown sugar
Ratings & Reviews
Went to the distillery when I was visiting Nashville and had an old fashioned with Oatrage - it was by far the tastiest brunch cocktail I’ve ever had. Highly recommend for its coffee and oat profile, definitely have it on hand for a great brunch old fashioned!
Breakfast in a glass! Delicious!
This stuffs fantastic. Roasted chocolate and coffee flavors, spice, heat and a long finish. One of my all time favorites.
Love this! I think oats truly make a great whiskey and Corsair has done it top notch! It starts with a pleasant nose and is smooth to start with a little bite at the end letting you know its still whiskey!
Very nice, smooth.
Very heavy on the oats which is to be expected but it seemed to overpower everything. One of the guys I was with really liked it, I did not like it at all.
This is Darek Bell, one of the Owners of Corsair. The reason I think this is worth trying is you get to really see how the grain bill affects the character of the final spirit. When I was a homebrewer one of my favorite beers to make was an oatmeal stout and I always wondered what it tasted like when distilled. Oats have along very history in brewing, but sadly not distilling. This is too bad in my experience as the mouthfeel is really changed and it makes for a fuller whiskey that is unique. In competitions you are judged by the nose, then body, then finish. My goal is to make each of these a memorable experience and that is the best way to score the highest. I think the body and the finish are really unusual and love it or hate it, I don't think you will forget it.
Notes of lamb spleen escabeche
If you haven’t tried it and rate it with one star, you’re an idiot.
Here we go. "I think". No one cares, bruh. I think it sounds interesting. I think rating something you've never tried is ridiculous. I also think I'll give it 10 stars so it cancels out your idiocy.
Agreed, how can you be that ignorant as to write a review on something you "think" tastes terrible. I'm intrigued and wish I could find someplace to try a sample before committing to a whole bottle.
Just to cancel out the idiot's 1 star review that hasn't even tried it.
I think this sounds disgusting. May as well drink coffee brandy or go get a chocolate STOUT!?
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