Packaged in an old-style bottle, Bulleit bourbon has developed a loyal following in the decade or so since its arrival on UK shores. The high rye content (around 30%) gives this a spicy kick.
Bulleit bourbon is born in Kentucky and bottled in Bardstown, that’s central Kentucky. It’s a favorite of Bourbon drinkers and those of us who appreciate a good quality whiskey.
When someone refers to craft, they are not talking about Bulleit, then!
This is a whiskey that’s great with whiskey, but it’s also great with sparkling water.
The Bulleit Bourbon is a special, wild whiskey with the power to change your life. It’s a liquid experience that’s not just for sipping.
The taste of Bulleit, for me, is similar to that of rum; earthy, woody and a deep, spicy spice (perhaps cumin). It’s that good.
This is a well-balanced, complex bourbon with a slight bite as befits the strength of a Rye whiskey. The nose is deep and rich, evocative of Kentucky forest covered in yellow leaves during the autumn.
Bulleit has a smooth, spicy whiskey feel and mouthfeel. It’s a little rough on the tongue, too sherried for my taste, but there is a good deal of smoothness, too.
That which is good. It can be in many forms. It can be a warm day driving down the New Jersey Turnpike on a sticky night without a care in the world.
Bulleit and its brother, Four Roses , are two of the best selling bourbon whiskeys around. This is because Bulleit and Four Roses are two of the best bourbons.
The nose on Bulleit is very well behaved. No real issues so far, it’s clean and fragrant. Very Ryey and slightly woody.
Bulleit has a long finish, and it’s dry and slightly peppery, and also has a sweetness to it. Bulleit allows the effect of oak to enjoy a little prominence alongside the pleasant rye toffee side of the thing.
This is a decent whiskey, it’s not great, but it’s very drinkable. The truth is this is a rather mellow whiskey, that drinks well and is approachable enough to use as a mixer.
Bulleit bourbon is silky and smooth, reminiscent of a very large glass of Golden Syrup. It’s a crème brûlée of a whiskey, for lovers of that sweet, not-too-sweet sweetener.
Bulleit is very good, but only as a mixer. If you’re after a straight sipping bourbon, pick something a little lesser (although still very good).
In the summer, you need something different and Bulleit is the perfect companion to a fresh summer drink. A simple spritzer, it’s served over a clean quartz glass.
Bulleit is appropriately spicy (for a Rye), but not too strong. It’s satisfying to whack back a good few but also satisfying to sip alone.
Bulleit bourbon is an exceedingly dry whiskey, with enough spice to stand up to and mix with a good dose of ginger and lime.
Bulleit.A flavorful, American whiskey. Hailing from Kentucky, Bulleit became a hit among whiskey aficionados. All it takes is one sip to learn why whiskey aficionados decided to give this American whiskey a try.
Bulleit has to be heard, and seen, to be appreciated. It’s a very well-made spirit with all the excitement of Redbreast Irish Whiskey in a slightly grainier, older and spicier package. It’s not for the micro-managing whiskey drinkers, though, or those who want an exact flavor profile.
Bulleit is a very simple whiskey, but it’s a good whiskey. It’s not special, but it’s good.
Let’s say you’re out with friends and you decide to sip on whiskey. A simple bit of stylish mixed drinks will ensure that nobody gets too drunk. And that’s that – a complicated glass of spirits is bound to intimidate. The cocktails I found at Casa Bonita are not nearly as complex as the ones you’ll find elsewhere.
Bulleit is a distillery’s whiskey that’s easy to sip on: no need to pull out a mini-breaking-edge-manipulator. It’s easy enough to round up a group and have a good old boys’ night. It’s good enough to drink neat.
Bulleit also happens to be a good sipping whiskey and even great mixer. It’s best served ice cold.