Bourbon Reviews, Distillery News and Information
Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Finished With Maple Wood
Produced and bottled by Company Distilling – Columbus, OH (Soon to be Alcoa, TN)
Aged a minimum of 3 years
I paid $57.99
Please enjoy my Company Distilling Bourbon Review!
Company Distilling? What’s that?
Have you heard of Company Distilling? What about Jeff Arnett? You may remember him as Jack Daniel’s master distiller, and he now is assuming that role at Company Distilling. Their future plans include having two locations in Tennessee, a smaller one in Townsend and a larger one in Alcoa, which will be their main distillery. For now, Company Distilling’s home is Colombus, Ohio, according to the bottle. There is not a lot of information out there about this bourbon, other than it is a wheated bourbon that is both column and pot distilled. I read that it was sourced from distilleries in three different states, but I don’t know any specifics. At the time of this review, Company Distilling Bourbon is available only in Tennessee.
Let’s taste Company Distilling Bourbon:
🛌 Rested for 15 minutes in a Glencairn
👉Nose: Sweet cherry, apple & burnt caramel in the background; light cinnamon; light alcohol
👉Taste: Light tea and caramel, light simple sugar sweetness; subtle char
👉Finish: The flavors continue into the finish with a noticeable black pepper spiciness developing and then fading; moderate burn with flavors lingering
Company Distilling Bourbon is an interesting one. Initially the nose was dominated by fruit and sweetness, however the longer I sip on it, the more noticeable the burnt caramel becomes. Likewise, on my first sips, the flavors were relatively light but they became fuller the longer I sip, and a crème brûlée overtone develops. The black pepper in the finish was a bit unexpected, but enjoyable. Overall, this is a good bourbon for when I am in the mood for something that’s “easy drinking” but still has plenty of flavor.
I hope you enjoyed my Company Distilling Bourbon Review! Would you like to read about another easy drinking bourbon? Check out my Brother”s Bond Bourbon Review!
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