Maker: Peach Street Distillers, Palisade, Colorado, USA
Age: 2 y/o
Proof: 92 (46% ABV)
Thanks: to the Rhoades for splitting this bottle with me.
Note: Apologies for the short review. This review was originally intended to be half of a head to head review, but I thought it would work better as a stand alone.
Appearance: Shiny new penny.
Nose: Corn syrup, bubble gum, nail polish.
On the palate: Full bodied and soft. Sweet and a little fruity. Grape bubble gum with a sharp hit of Serrano chili at the end.
Finish: Sweet and corny like a beloved uncle. The sweetness coats the mouth and lingers for a long time mingled with a little burn.
Parting words: The Colorado Straight Bourbon from Peach Street Distillers is VERY young, at just over two years old. It tastes like it too. The heavy body, corniness and fruit are all typical characteristics of young bourbons but it does show a lot of potential for long aging. Sweet, fruity stuff like this usually ages very well.
In its current state, it is high quality young bourbon. It goes down easy, as long as you don’t choke on the price. Expect to pay well over $50 per 750 ml bottle. Still, it’s good and I can’t say it isn’t. Colorado Straight Bourbon is mildly recommended.
2 thoughts on “Colorado Straight Bourbon”
Just picked up a terrific Bourbon from Breckenridge. Was at a liquor store in Keystone and they get all the bottles from a single barrel.. At only $33, was a complete steal…
Breckenridge outsources their bourbon.