Whiskey Review/Tasting: Bourbon 1776

Nosing 5:30
Whisky .com tastes the Bourbon 1776. This was the year of the
declaration of independence of the United States of America. It was made by James E. Pepper.

The nose:
Oak, vanilla,
The taste:
Full, strong, dry,
The finish:

Official answers and comments will only be given on whisky.com.


Kyle Sigo says:

I believe the James E. Pepper whiskeys are sourced from Midwest Grain Products (MGP) in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. There are a huge number of whiskey bottlings on the US market, at present, that are sourced from this (huge) distillery in Indiana. There’s a lot of discussion going on about it, at the moment.

libertygamer1776 says:

He went for a 2nd taste, that must mean it’s good!! I do enjoy my bourbons as an American, I happen to have a bottle of standard Jefferson’s bourbon in my cabinet. If I ever make a trip to the liquor store I’ll see if they have this.

Welsh Toro says:

I enjoy it very much. The nose and entry tell us of the rye content but the corn really reasserts itself on the finish. A very good bourbon for the money.

Jeremy Dore says:

This whiskey was produced by MGP of Indiana.  They produce Bulliet Rye 95 and a host of other brands independent bottlers are using as their whiskey.

Old Farm Show says:

Happy New Year!

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