Name: High West Campfire Whiskey
Age: Minimum of 5 Years
Notes: Nose: spicy, sweet, woodsy, and some peat smoke notes.
Palate: A pleasant and sweet vanilla taste, with some fruit and spice, cinnamon and clove, and rye which fades to allow the peat and smoky taste to come in.
Finish: Moderate with some delicious light smoke and peat taste with just the right hint of vanilla.
This whiskey is excellent. It has a great consistency and has the perfect amount of smoky and sweet tastes. It can usually be picked up for around $50 a bottle. Sip this one neat.
History: High West Distillery is located in Park City, Utah, and is the first legally licensed distillery in Utah since the end of Prohibition. High West makes its products in small batches. The High West Campfire whiskey is a blend of bourbon, rye, and scotch whiskeys ranging in age from 5 – 8 years.