Journeyman Featherbone Bourbon

Journeyman

Featherbone

(0.75l, 45%)


6/10
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$48.99
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America in a bottle!

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.

Their Journeyman Featherbone Bourbon is like America in a bottle! Corn and rye from Illinois, wheat from Michigan, and barley from Wisconsin all come together to be distilled in a 19th century Michigan distillery, founded by a hardcore prohibitionist.

Organic and locally grown ingredients make Journeyman just what it wants to be, a classic Bourbon, because what is more American than Bourbon!

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  • Style
    Bourbon
  • Region
    Michigan
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
    45%
  • Distillery
    Journeyman Distillery
  • Bottler
    Journeyman Distillery

Flavour Spiral™

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wheat
rye
caramel
corn
citrus
sweet
spicy
vanilla
malted barley
What does Journeyman Featherbone Bourbon taste like?

The Flavour Spiral™ shows the most common flavours that you'll taste in Journeyman Featherbone Bourbon and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.

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Bourbon was designated "The Official Spirit of America" by an Act of Congress signed by President Lyndon Baines Johnson.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Colour
Golden amber.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Corn, vanilla, notes of citrus and spice.

Flavour / Taste / Palate
Nice soft mouthfeel, vanilla and caramel with peppery spice and some fruit notes.

Finish
Rather short with lingering notes of tobacco.
Ratings & Reviews
Diego
Diego,
It was ok
Jimi
Jimi,
Smooth with a pleasant caramel finish. Happy to have a bottle from my home state of Michigan.
Kenneth
Kenneth,
Nice flavor - good back palette!
James
James,
Smooth. Very light nose, Carmel and citrus on the tongue. It is very easy to drink, I like complex whiskeys but this is simple and smooth where if poor it to house guests who don't like as intense of a flavor profile. Will add to the bar.
Peter
Peter,
Nicely smooth Of the three in my tasting box this was my favorite. Good mouth feel. Hints of fruit and tobacco. I'll be adding this to my personal bar soon.
Jonathan
Jonathan,
Smoother than I thought after I smelled it. Sipped it straight and is enjoyable. The carmel and rye were more prominent with hint of citrus.
George
George,
Caramel is evident during tasting, nice long finish, slightly sweet.
Gerard
Gerard,
Somelittle spiced with hints of pepper, a little bitter towards the end but starts smooth
Tracey
Tracey,
Liked best of the 3, smoother
Patrick
Patrick,
Did not like this
Brian
Brian,
Very smooth
George
George,
I work out of state so I was looking forward to getting into my tasting box when I got the chance to come home and I did. I tried the Korval and it was really tasty. I'm not a mixer so I did it straight from the shot glass. 1 I threw back and the other I sipped. Excellent. I'm gone again for about another month but I look forward to testing the others and will make my decision on which I will order. If the other two are as good as the Korval, it would not be a stretch for me to order one of each.
Charles
Charles,
I enjoyed the Koval. I could definitely taste the white oak. It had a nice smoothness to it. not too girly and not to harsh. I would consider buying more of this, but you're not selling any. Didn't care for the Journeyman. The after taste was bad. will try the Few next weekend
William
William,
Unimpressive. Maybe I'm crazy but I thought I tasted rubbing alcohol!
Kirt
Kirt,
It's was ok
Joshua
Joshua,
For Myself, I found it Sophisticatedly Smooth yet still has a Tad Bit of Kick. Two Thumbs Up
Gilbert
Gilbert,
Very Very Smooth, Loved it
Benjamin
Benjamin,
Good, but a little too rough. More like an Irish than a bourbon.
Justin
Justin,
I'm sure this flavor may appeal to some, but I did not enjoy this bourbon at all.
Chris
Chris,
Overwhelming Bourbon smell, which is not bad until u taste, couldn't hardly keep it in my mouth it burnt so bad, burnt going down also!!
Matthew
Matthew,
Decent but not outstanding
Bruce
Bruce,
Least favorite of the the three that we sampled tonight. Was not impressed with the aroma at first but grew on us. First taste wasn't impressed but second and third was better. Added Ice, chilled and a little diluted it was better. Not our favorite from the night.
Kurosh
Kurosh,
So so so dry. There is something so very strange in the flavor. Not a pleasant experience for me. Could be an issue with the batch. Hopefully.
David
David,
Few was a good sipping bourbon.
Jeff
Jeff,
eh
Casey
Casey,
Went for the smell and got a wif of spray paint. You can tell the difference between a longer aged bourbon and a short aged bourbon. This bourbon isn't aged long enough to compete with some of the better bourbons out there. Found out it is only aged a maximum of 6 months. I feel the bottle is over priced for a short lived bourbon.
Michael
Michael,
Darker in color. Smells sweet. Higher alcohol content so needs water. Very sweet in taste.
Brian
Brian,
It has a great sweetness that doesn't overwhelm its other flavors
Betty
Betty,
Floral and easy drinking. Great small batch whiskey
Barry
Barry,
Little peppery and a vanilla and banana with medium finish. Pretty smooth. I'd probably buy a bottle.
William
William,
The flavors of this were a little strong and the finish held on to you for a while
Kevin
Kevin,
Smooth
Eric
Eric,
Thin on the palate. The flavor profile is pretty accurate but is lacking.
Cindi
Cindi,
A bit spicier than the other two. Still really good and has a sweet taste. But spicier. We liked sample A best.
Steve
Steve,
Smooth but packs a lot of flavor.
Edward
Edward,
Easily my favorite Q4 taster. Honey sweet and citrus on Nose. Not sure I picked up any of the Earthy tones. Crisp on the backend, but not sharp.
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