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Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of James E. Pepper 1776 7 Year Old Bourbon Whiskey
Interesting, not bad at all.
Very strong spice tastes with the chocolate and caramel coming through.
Smell of the rye is appealing along with the spice to suit
Really loved this. Rich and complex aromas and flavours.
I got chocolate, orange, burnt caramel, vanilla and some rye savoury notes on the nose.
spicy and slightly savoury on the palate with spicy rye coming through and more vanilla and caramel on the finish
Perfect balance of sweetness (think brown sugar, caramel, vanilla) and bold spiciness (oak, pepper.) Smooth with a pleasant spicy finish. A delicious bourbon.
It is an outstanding, balanced, Straight Bourbon Whiskey that has an aromatic birth; while a rich & spicy life leads to a long & balanced death with notes of oak, rye & pepper.
I felt like the nose was almost overwhelming. Very spicy in the start, but then gave way pretty spontaneously to the honey and caramel. It took a couple good sips before i could start to taste the more complex flavors. Overall I enjoyed it. I wouldnt turn down a glass, but i won't be running for a bottle either.
Surprising on the palate. One of my favourites actually and a real peppery lock. Plenty of sweet notes, with the honey and caramel coming through initially. Finishes off with the very slight aniseed taste.
Nice nose not overpowering. Spice upfront with sweetness following. Lingering spice burn. There is a balance of spice and sweet.
Good caramel flavor with a load of spice. Went down with a good amount of burn. I almost got a hint of wheat/bread on the finish after a while.
Nice and spicy. I like it.
It's as advertised. Definitely more spicy. It's just not for me since I am not a huge spice guy.
Spicy staff.Bourbon isnt for me though
Really good but a little on the sweet side for me
I love it. It’s one of my favorites
Spicy in the front of my taste early. Vanilla was very evident.
In the spirit of freedom and the US of A! This bourbon is excellent! The bold spice coupled with the muddled sweetness of the caramel, cinnamon, and chocolate mold together to make an outstanding profile!
Spicy. But then goes down smooth.
Very good whisky
Caramel, vanilla and white pepper.
A decent drink - a fairly even and composed bourbon that has a lovely, intoxicating vanilla scent, but is primarily spicy on the tongue. Enjoyable, but certainly not a “premier” bourbon.
Delicious - smooth, easy to sip & even better on the rocks. My favorite of the Born in the USA tasting set (the other 2 were: Journeyman & Templeton Rye Spirits).
Tried it straight very harsh. May give it another chance on the rocks but the spice was very overpowering couldn't get much of the other flavors.
What it is leading me to believe is that the next stuff is going to be better ....
I like the pepper finish. Gives it a good touch
Perfect for the price
Unacceptable straight but water cuts the sweet and enables more complex flavors.
Not too soft, not too sweet
I found myself coming back for seconds with this one.
Hmmm, For the price extremely good. My first time opening the bottle I did a tasting of Old Forester 90 proof single barrel, Jefferson rum cask aged bourbon and this. So it came in third but was the least expensive. Not really a fair tasting frankly. It does have a bit more of an alcohol finish. So yeah for the price it is exceptional but it's not comparable to the two others I tasted it with.
Nose: sherry and iced tea, vanilla
Taste: spicy with honeysuckle and cloves some spice and light smoke