Bottled at its original 125 barrel entry proof, just as it was years ago when the barrels were first filled, 1792 Full Proof Bourbon is exceptionally distinct. Barton 1792 DistilleryClick to explore our complete library of reviews to help you choose your next perfect bottle.
1792 FULL PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY
- DISTILLER: Barton 1792 Distillery, Sazerac Company, Bardstown, KY
- MASH BILL: 75 % Corn | 10% Rye | 15 % Barley; Sazerac would not reveal the mash bill but did say it is the same as the 1792 Small Batch
- AGE: No Age Statement but the press release stated 8.5 years
- YEAR: 2016
- PROOF: 125 (62.5% ABV)
- MSRP: $44.95
- BUY ONLINE: Wine-Searcher.com
NOSE: Alcohol | Oak | Vanilla Cookies | Orange TASTE: Alcohol | Hints of Vanilla Cream | Oak FINISH: There was nothing remarkable about the finish. A short alcohol burn on the tongue and then pretty much nothing. Every now again there would be a creamy feeling on the tongue. A few drops of water did allow a little more vanilla to show up but not much. SHARE WITH: I would share this with experienced bourbon drinkers who like higher proof bourbon and want to taste this one. WORTH THE PRICE: The MSRP is $44.99. In the current market, it is not a bad price for a limited edition bourbon, but there are better products out there in my humble opinion. BOTTLE, BAR OR BUST: My suggestion would be to try this at a bar first and if you like it then look for a bottle. OVERALL: This has been out for a while, but I found one on the shelf in Virginia. I was disappointed in this bottling of 1792. I have had bottles of the Small Batch and Sweet Wheat and tasted the Single Barrel and Port Finish. I bought my bottle because of my experience with other 1792 expressions. This does not come close to any of those. It just doesn’t have a lot of taste. I would not buy another bottle of this one. Learn more about Lee's whiskey preferences and check out more of his reviews...