Each month we select a Whiskey of the Month and feature it on our site for the entire month. We select this based on votes from you, amount of times viewed on our site, amount of times searched, etc. It remains on our site for one month and is then eligible to be chosen as our Whiskey of the Year.
December’s Whiskey of the Month is one that we have received a great amount of feedback on. Colonel E.H. Taylor Small Batch is a great whiskey with plenty of flavor and character. Perfect for sipping or introducing to friends, it is with great pleasure that I announce Colonel E.H. Taylor Small Batch as our December 2014 Whiskey of the Month. Please be sure to see our full review below.
Name: Colonel E.H. Taylor Small Batch
Nose: Corn, Vanilla, Apple, Citrus, Wood, Juniper, and Spice.
Palate: Cinnamon, Brown Sugar, Butterscotch
Finish: Long, straightforward, and full of spicy cinnamon.
Overall: Colonel E.H. Taylor Small Batch is a true sipping bourbon. This whiskey pours a medium amber color. It is straightforward in its flavors and has a good balance of sweet and spicy. The finish is long and simple with a slight bitter flavor at the end. I enjoyed this whiskey neat and with a splash and it was enjoyable both ways. I had the pleasure of sharing this with my good friend Aaron and he enjoyed it as well. The small batch is the most inexpensive in the Colonel E.H. Taylor lineup and can be picked up for around $40-$50 dollars a bottle at most places and comes packaged in a nice tube