We’ve got to give it to Rabbit Hole, out of the gate their whiskeys weren’t overly exciting, but as the distillery has matured, so has their approach to their whiskeys. Made in small 15 barrel batches, Cavehill with its unique mashbill (70% Corn, 10% Honey Malted Barley, 10% Malted Wheat, 10% Malted Barley) offers an interesting flavor profile in an extremely accessible and friendly sip. This is a great next step for many whiskey drinkers looking for something a touch more interesting, but fear going too far over the line. Its approachable delivery of sweet, but not-too-sweet flavors against a more traditional spice and peppery finish works well. It’s young and lacks complexity, but brings a clean and bright taste to its delivery. It’s accessible in all the right ways, and while it might not immediately wow, it maintains a level of intrigue that makes it quite a bit of fun to drink.
|Type||Bourbon, Whiskey (American)|
|Price Range||Above – $100|
|Producers||Rabbit Hole Distilling|
Categories: Bourbon, Kentucky, WHISKEY AMERICAN Tags: Barton Distilling Company, Bourbon, George Dickel, Kentucky, MGP Distillery, Proof and Wood, Tennessee, Whiskey (American)