caramel
corn
hay
roasted
nutty
tobacco
leather
wheat
vanilla
Spiral Roughstock Montana Bourbon Whiskey
Roughstock
Montana Bourbon Whiskey
Tasting Notes
Appearance / Color 
Light, pale caramel
 
Nose / Aroma
Explosion of barley mixed with hay that wears off into roasted corn, vanilla and nuts
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Quite hot with oak spices a touch of tobacco and leather that gets balanced out by dark chocolate, plums and caramel
 
Finish
A bold finish with a touch of ginger and cloves
 
Flavor spiral
Caramel, vanilla, oak, corn, hay, roasted, nutty, tobacco and leather
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Rough, Bourbon from Montana... Moustache by default.
 
Roughstock Distillery is situated at the foothills of Bridger Mountain range in the southwest part of Montana. Superb grain and clear creek water from the snowy hilltops are the basis of their Spirits. This Montana’s first legal distillery since the end of prohibition is all about the code of the West. Named after a term in Rodeo (bareback riding of bulls and bareback horses), Roughstock is as American as it can get as even their unofficial mascot is, yup a cowboy.
 
Roughstock  Montana Bourbon is vatted from 4 different mashbill Bourbons, each with different recipe with different amount of corn, wheat, rye and wheat. This marriage of four different characters is supervised by head distiller and co-founder Bryan Schultz and his interpretation of ideal Western style Bourbon. Distilled twice in copper pot stills and aged for at least two years in extra charred Oak casks each of the expression brings something special to the final formula of this fiery water originally vatted for rough bull, bareback bronc riding people of Montana. If you are not a cowboy, this works in any kind of cocktail and it does that with a quiet tip of the hat!
 

Roughstock Montana Bourbon Whiskey

(0.7l, 45%)


7.7/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Roughstock Montana Bourbon Whiskey
David
David,
Strong caramel, Erik Likes
 
Rick
Rick,
It's good, but nothing special.
 
Chrisman
Chrisman,
Seems like a sweet bourbon. Nothing special. I had some neat. Then I had some in strong coffee and heavy cream. That was good.
 
Scott
Scott,
The nose is definitely barley, very rich and aromatic. The taste is very dry, but not overpowering. It's rich and spicy.
 
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