Westward Whiskey Oregon Stout Cask

Westward Whiskey Oregon Stout Cask

(0.75l, 45%)

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Brewski Whisky finished in Stout.

There's a street in Oregon where distilleries grow, and it's aptly named Distillery Row. Among them, there's Westward Distillery founded by one Christian Krogstad, an expert in craft beverages (from beer to wine to Whiskey). His magic shop is situated in a warehouse near the source of clean and crisp water from the Bull Run Watershed. He started making Whiskies in 2004 and since then, he created an imaginative new kind of Whiskey: still hooked to tradition, but with a modern twist, capturing the terroir of the NW.

Westward American Single Malt Oregon Stout Whiskey is both mouthful and mouthwatering. It starts the same way as the classic Single Malt, but with a very tasty difference. See, when Westward empties their Whiskey casks, they ship them to local breweries where they're used to age stout. When that ordeal is over, the enriched barrels return to hold Whiskey for (at least) another year and give it a wonderful stout finish. If you ever wondered how a distillery-brewery collab tastes like, here's your answer.

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What does Westward Whiskey Oregon Stout Cask taste like?

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Bourbon set of rules refer to manufacturing method rather than location. It must be matured in new and charred casks of American white oak. No colouring or flavoring of any type is allowed. It must be matured for at least 2 years, if a bottle does not bear an age it is at least 4 years old. The mash bill must contain at least 51% corn.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Opulent mahogany

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The fruity nose starts with notes of bananas and black cherry, followed by aromas of cinnamon, nutmeg, and citruses.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
A bitter intro evolves into a rich roasted palate with notes of stone fruit, toasted pecan, milk chocolate and just a hint of salt.

Bold and dry finish.
Ratings & Reviews
I thought the stout would make this sweeter, but it's actually a drier finish than the black label Westward I've had. It's delicious!
A bit shiny and young and the stout doesn't come through much. A fine whisky but I prefer others from westward.
Very good. Not your run to the mill single malt.
All around great whiskey!
Such a unique variation! It has much of the same earthy characteristics found in a nice peaty Scotch, but with a flavor distinctly unlike peat.
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