Journeyman Corsets, Whips & Whiskey

Journeyman Corsets, Whips & Whiskey

(0.75l, 58.5%)


7.2/10
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$63.99
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A contemporary Old School Whiskey.
 
Journeyman Distillery is located in a 19th century corset and buggy whip factory in Three Oaks, Michigan. EK Warren a hardcore prohibitionist in his time founded the company back in 1883 and the building where bottles are distilled, aged and bottled all under one roof hasn’t changed much. At Journeyman they focus on distilling handcrafted, organic spirits, from Gin, Vodka to all kinds of Whiskeys. As they are located on the northern edge of grain-fed American heartland it is no wonder that Whiskey from all kinds of grain is their largest product category.
 
Corsets, Whips & Whiskey is a single-grain, cask strength 100% Wheat Whiskey that comes directly from barrel-to-bottle. Named after all the products produced at the historic Featherbone factory building in Three Oaks, MI throughout time; this whiskey as true tribute to American manufacturing. This limited release whiskey showcases the high quality and terroir of the organic Michigan wheat used to produce it. The 100% wheat provides a soft sweetness and smoothness to this whiskey, while the cask strength proof reminds you this isn’t a whiskey to toil with!

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caramel
spicy
honey
cinnamon
tobacco
wheat
gently sweet
grain
cereal
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Tennessee Whiskey closely parallels Bourbon, but a final filter through sugar-maple charcoal (called the Lincoln County Process) is what some producers say differentiates Tennessee Whiskey from its Kentucky cousin. The finish is sweeter and smoother than Bourbon.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color 
Pale amber
 
Nose / Aroma
Honey, port wine, cinnamon with a hint of tobacco
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Smooth and bold with toffee, caramel and a great balance of spiciness
 
Finish
Long, warming sweet finish with just right amount of spiciness
Ratings & Reviews
James
James,
I don't do cinnamon well, so this may be a personal issue rather than an objective opinion... this is ok, spicy, doesn't really work for me neat. In an Old Fashioned, once the ice melted a little, it got a lot better. I'd buy it again at $25-$35. I'd pass above $35.
 
Joseph
Joseph,
Less sweet with a cinnamon finish; it’s really very nice
 
JOSEPH
JOSEPH,
Probably my favorite whiskey but has to be handled with care. Delicious flavor from start to finish and one ice cube chills it just enough to smooth the ride without taking the thrill out (like the shoulder harness on the roller coaster).
 
Tim
Tim,
Spicy and a bold! You can taste the cinnamon in this great find.
 
Terry
Terry,
Nose not as strong as expected. Tones of tobacco. Not a 100% wheat fan but this was a nice surprise. Sweet taste with a burn all the way down. Just not to my tastes.
 
Christine
Christine,
Not my favorite, honestly. Flavors are okay once you get over the initial burn, but not quite as smooth as other reviewers indicated.
 
Lori
Lori,
Very good. Strong alone due to high alcohol content, be careful! Also good with a coke or 7up.
 
Joe
Joe,
It’s like grandma’s hip flask opened in her purse and got all mixed up with her butterscotch candy, but with no lint or bits of tissue. It’s got a nice sweet wheat, caramel taste at first with a butterscotch afterglow. I like it.
 
Christopher
Christopher,
Absolutley delicious! Been sippin' bourbons for over a year now. Leaned towards rye and "graduated" to single cask, small batch stuff to satisfy my palate. If you need high proof stuff to satisfy, but want something a little sweet, this is the best fix! Smells great, and chews like a sweet butter! I highly recommend! Currently my favorite go to.
 
Dave
Dave,
Too spicy. Not sure if it's the wheat I don’t like.
 
Renee
Renee,
Too sweet with water but too sharp and biting when straight. Not for me.
 
guest
guest,
So I went to the distillery with my partner and we tried their cask strength flight and this was on it. This is absolutely amazing! Now that I've moved out of the area I simply cannot find it. I love bourbons and ryes... strong and smooth. Jim Beam's Booker's Bourbon was my favorite and go-to. This has replaced it. Now stock it please :(
 
KC
KC,
The taste is just amazing. There are so many flavors running around in my mouth. It is one of the most distinctive flavor combinations I've ever enjoyed. A MUST for the discriminating palate.
 
John
John,
Poured over a big cube, this whiskey takes a little while to mellow but there are a lot of flavors bouncing around in my glass! A little too smoky for my taste, it still makes me want to taste other whiskeys to challenge my palette!
 
Don
Don,
Nice. A little on the dry side for me but it is something that I will drink again.
 
Harri
Harri,
No thank you!
 
Ryan
Ryan,
Awesome! I wanted to buy a bottle and couldn't find it after my tasting.
 
Jonathan
Jonathan,
Lots of heat! Enjoyable for this newbie whiskey drinker. I get pipe tobacco overtones with a sweet finish. Reminds me of the descriptions I would read of whiskey in old, dime mystery novels.
 
Ziga
Ziga,
...
 
Eric
Eric,
A bit sweet
 
Dean
Dean,
Overall not a bad box. Catoctin is a real bummer.
 
James
James,
A welcoming aroma followed by a strong bite finishing off with a nice aftertaste with hints of vanilla which you will pick up in the initial aroma.
 
Jon
Jon,
They're going for no added water, old school take. Sweet, cinnamon- honey nose. Sweet caramel with spice. Pungent warmth, but I dig.
 
Boyd
Boyd,
This stuff will knock your socks off. Very strong,need to add water to it
 
Chuck
Chuck,
Very strong. Nicely sweet
 
Manuel
Manuel,
amazing!
 
Rick
Rick,
A bit sweet, but good
 
Deja
Deja,
Not as harsh as it should be. It's different.
 
Kitt
Kitt,
The initial boozey smell of this was overpowering. Add a bit of water to it and it is a delight.
 
Phillip
Phillip,
Smelled like nail polish remover.
 
Virgil
Virgil,
Wow!! Hits you in the face and then you ask for another!!
 
Scott
Scott,
Caramel definitely comes through. Smooth and a bit sweet.
 
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