Joseph Magnus "Murray Hill Club - Batch 85" Blended Bourbon Whiskey 750ml (Michigan) - [WA 90]

Joseph Magnus "Murray Hill Club - Batch 85" Blended Bourbon Whiskey 750ml
(Michigan) - [WA 90]

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About the Bourbon:
A true bourbon blend crafted using the same techniques Joseph Magnus used to create this original pre-Prohibition spirit more than 100 years ago. Artfully marries 18 and 11-year-old bourbon with 9-year-old light whiskey.

The drinkers of Murray Hill Club Whiskey were, in accordance with Joseph’s vision, people of discriminating taste and mature judgment. Magnus actively introduced his whiskey into the leading bars, hotels, cafes, and groceries of his day. Local newspapers were peppered with advertisements for this new whiskey, which quickly earned great acclaim. He encouraged readers to sample just a taste, for “give this whiskey a trial once, and you’ll take no other brand.”

103 Proof

Tasting Notes:

Toasty, buttery notes of vanilla and char, with layers of butterscotch, honey, toffee, autumnal baking spices, and spiced, dried fruits through a softly spiced and toasted finish.

Awards/Reviews:

Double Gold - SF World Spirits Competition 2023

90 Points - Whisky Advocate

"This Jos. A. Magnus & Co. release marries 18 year old and 11 year old bourbon with 9 year old light whiskey. Rich oak on a nose that offers butterscotch, vanilla ice cream, and sugared pecans, along with red fruit, baking spice, and black pepper. The palate reveals more vanilla, as well as almonds, honey, toffee, and gingerbread. Chocolate, baking spice, pepper, leathery oak, and tobacco leaf complete a long, sinewy finish that shows its maturity well."

"A soft nose with subtle butterscotch and citrus notes and just a little black pepper. The palate is honeyed with ground cinnamon, clove, and buttery caramel. The heat arrives in a perfect wave on the very back end and extends through a medium finish with warming notes of black pepper and vanilla." - Drinkhacker