Smooth Ambler Old Scout 10 Year Old Bourbon

Smooth Ambler

Old Scout 10 Year Old

(0.75l, 50%)

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The smooth passion.

Born in 2008 from a TIME Magazine piece about the rise of craft Spirits, Smooth Ambler was a passion project created by Tag Galyean and John Little. Based proudly in Greenbrier Valley of West Virginia, along with the Appalachian mountain range, these Americans take their distilling very seriously. Using state of the art equipment and only the finest of natural, locally sourced ingredients, the Smooth Ambler product is nothing to be balked at.
Smooth Ambler Spirits is a 5,200 square-foot warehouse right on the outskirts of Greenbrier County. The facility boasts a 500-gallon Christian Carl copper-pot still imported from Germany. That's a lot of fire-power.
Smooth Ambler Old Scout 10 Year Old Bourbon is 60% corn, 36% rye and 4% malted barley, which gives this Bourbon a spicy kick. Aged for at least ten years in new, American oak casks, it’s cut to proof with pure mountain spring water that's filtered through Mississippian geologic-era limestone. The result is a mineral, earthy Bourbon, balanced by hints of sweet, roasted corn, vanilla, and oak.

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  • Style
    Bourbon Whiskey
  • Region
    United States
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
  • Distillery
    Smooth Ambler
  • Bottler
    Smooth Ambler
  • Age
    10 Year Old

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slightly sweet
spicy rye
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Whisky or Whiskey? The spelling differs geographically. In Scotland and some other parts of the world distilleries usually spell it Whisky; in Ireland and USA they spell it Whiskey.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Brownish copper.
Smell/  Nose / Aroma
Corn and vanilla, with a touch of dried apple.
Taste / Flavor / Palate
Initial notes of roasted corn and nutty dough, complemented by hints of vanilla, oak, spicy rye and earthy minerals.
Long and slightly sweet.
Ratings & Reviews
nose: oak, lots of apple, cinnamon, buttery pie crust, spice; with water got leatherm tobacco and cherry notes palate: medium body, not too spicy, some candied apples finish: very spicy, with applie pie (apple, spice, cinnamon, buttery toast), some oak. water brings out the cherry overall: very impressive. i can see why smooth ambler gets a lot of praise for their bourbons
I can't say anything more about this bourbon then the taster who wrote about the tobacco death, so just reference that review. That Nails it.
s an good sipping bourbon with a birth of spicy oak & honey; a coconut filled life that leads to a long, spicy tobacco death.
Possibly the smoothest drinking whiskey I've ever tasted. Heavy caramel flavor and warmth, without heavy bite. Dangerously sippable.
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