Old Elk Bourbon

Old Elk Bourbon

(0.75l, 44%)


8.4/10
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$51.99
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One-of-a-kind smooth and light Bourbon.
 
Curt Richardson, a legendary businessman whom you might know for Otterbox, is a true Bourbon lover. In 2013, he decided to translate his passion into an amber liquid he could call his own. He paired up with the industry veteran, Master Distiller Greg Metze (who used to work for MGP in Indiana) and started producing. Their flagship Bourbon is a careful blend of three Straight Bourbons from three distilleries in New York, Colorado and Indiana, but they are all based on the same recipe. Someday, Old Elk Bourbon will be created in Fort Collins in its entirety. The Bourb’ goes through a proprietary proofing process called “Slow Cut” where water is added to the Spirit slowly over the period of several weeks. The idea is to preserve as much congeners (magic aroma-and-taste substances) as possible.
 
Old Elk Bourbon is a premium Spirit that stands out. To create a light, sweet and smooth Bourbon, Master Magician Metze lowered the content of corn to the legal minimum of 51%, and amped up malted barley to 34% (sweetness) and rye to 15% (spice). “Smooth” is often thrown around with Whiskey, but the slow proofing process and Metze’s mash bill really do something magical to the Bourbon.

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vanilla
caramel
spicy
oak
malted barley
corn
fruit
sweet
rye
What does Old Elk Bourbon taste like?

The Flavor Spiral™ shows the most common flavors that you'll taste in Old Elk Bourbon and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.

We invented Flavor Spiral™ here at Flaviar to get all your senses involved in tasting drinks and, frankly, because we think that classic tasting notes are boring.
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Straight Bourbon must be matured for at least 2 years. If a bottle does not bear an age it is at least 4 years old.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Amber
 
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Honey-forward nose with a citrusy background and lovely notes of vanilla, toffee, spice and oak.
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Bold corn flavor complemented by touches of caramel, oak, vanilla and fruity notes.
 
Finish
Short and fruity finish with a vanilla hint.
Ratings & Reviews
David
David,
Very enjoyable bourbon. Very sweet with a nice smooth mouth feel. After the bottle has had a few pours it gets even better.
 
Kevin
Kevin,
Old Elk was as advertised, smooth, sweet and spicy. By far the sweetest bourbon I've ever had. My palate was initially hit with a burst of sweetness followed by a blast of spice on the back end. Went down very smooth but there was a peculiar film or after taste left in my mouth. Will try it over ice or with a few splahes of water to see if it mellows out the sweetness a bit.
 
Bruce
Bruce,
Lots of vanilla and caramel with a short finish. Good overall bourbon.
 
Jeramy
Jeramy,
This is damn good. Smooth, slightly sweet and a great finish
 
Harry
Harry,
This was a good bourbon. Ice cubes help mellow the heat and really releases the flavors.
 
Bret
Bret,
Solid bourbon, sweet vanilla and caramel turns into a nice, somewhat short, spicey finish. Some oak and rye in there as well. I have found similiar bourbons for better prices.
 
Harry
Harry,
This bourbon starts a little hot but mellows out nicely with an ice cube or two.
 
Jimmy
Jimmy,
It's a very smooth bourbon with a nice flavor.
 
Erik
Erik,
This was my first bottle from Flaviar... it did not disappoint. I like Old Fashioned drinks... and Old Elk seemed to work well with just about everything I have tried. I did have it neat, the first time and while it was smooth, I prefer it on the rock... with a little orange...
 
Fletcher
Fletcher,
Smooth, light on the nose, not too hot on the back end. Good enough to drink neat. Would compete with many of the high end Kentucky Bourbons.
 
Andrew
Andrew,
Very good. Sweet and smooth, just a slightly odd backend.
 
Creston
Creston,
Solid taste with a hint of young notes but did open up after a bit.
 
Chris
Chris,
Very smooth, easy to drink neat. Fully enjoy this one!
 
Kat
Kat,
Amazing. My new favorite. So smooth.
 
Ian
Ian,
Solid bourbon. Easy to drink. Makes a good julep. I don’t find the flavors strong, they fall flat and don’t hang around too long.
 
Matt
Matt,
First time trying blended bourbon, complex but felt fully blended, I didnt taste 3 whiskeys I tasted one great one. Sweet with hint of corn and very little spice. Not heavy alcohol taste very approachable for most palates.
 
Paige
Paige,
What a pleasant bourbon this is! On the nose your typical caramel and vanilla shine through with hints of fruit. The palate was clean, oaky and almost nutty too. Spice was near perfect with the rye and finished smooth with notes of cherry, wood sweetness. Well done!
 
Wade
Wade,
Delicious spirit at the price. I particularly enjoyed the finish which has a healthy bit not overpowering kick
 
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