A premium blended American whisky that is expertly blended in the heart of bourbon country - Bardstown, Kentucky.
16th November 2016www.corbywhisky.com
Corby Whisky Tasting Notes
Moderately rich in texture, the elixr is quite aromatic, offering an interesting mix of spice and fruit.
A lively finish that lingers upon.
Strong with high notes of dried peach, cedar and herbs.
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