Bib & Tucker 10 Year Small Batch Bourbon Whiskey

Bib & Tucker 10 Year Small Batch Bourbon Whiskey

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Regular price $110.00 Sale price $79.97 Save $30.03


Notes from the Distillery:
This award-winning 10-year-old bourbon is distinctly American in that it forges a path all its own. To create its singular flavor profile, we double-distill it and choose not to chill-filter as is traditional with Tennessee Bourbons. Combining traditional rick houses and Level 1 char palletized barrels for aging provides a high level of wood contact and yet keeps the vanilla and oak influence subtle. This gives us an even greater depth of flavor going into the bottle. Incredibly well balanced, it’s a standout bourbon for moments that are to be remembered.

Tasting Notes:

  • Aroma – leads with the scent of vanilla layered with sweet roasted corn, toasted oak, and pipe tobacco.
  • Taste – starts with a velvety entry marked by a hint of well-balanced sweetness. It fulfills the promise of its nose before evolving into a warm, slightly dry, cocoa covered mid-palate.
  • Finish – enrobes the senses with a rich, warming, and full-bodied finish of spicy cedar and kettle corn.


93 Points, Excellent/Highly Recommended – Ultimate Spirits Competition 2021:
"Butterscotch and nectarines are playful and inviting aromas. What begins as delicate turns into a powerhouse of flavor, revealing notes of pastry with thick cinnamon glaze, fire roasted peaches and apricots, white cherry, all with an undertone of maple smoke."

91 Points – Whisky Advocate:
“Gracefully layered maturity, with a creamy palate melding savory and sweet. Creamed buttered corn, peanut brittle, and vanilla-almond cream veer into dried herbs, mint leaves, old leather, and eucalyptus. Water brings out red fruit notes of raspberry and cherry, grape juice, cinnamon toast, cider donuts, dark chocolate, and bitter espresso. Peanut notes merge well with caramel and a hint of spice. Almond, drying cocoa, more red fruit, and spice end things with a flourish.”

90 Points – Wine & Spirits Enthusiast:
“The aroma suggests candied orange peel and vanilla. At first, the palate is overwhelmed by alcohol heat and oak, but balanced with water this is luscious and buttery, with the oak melding into mellower vanilla.”

Gold - SF World Spirits Competition 2021: