bdawson57 says on June 8, 2018
1792 Bottled-in-Bond thinly coats and clings to the glass and has an oily and smooth mouth feel.
1792 BiB is underwhelming.
The scents are a bit light.
Sweet clover honey comes through.
Trace of oak underneath on the intial draw, but after the first sip, fresh cut cedar presents.
No alcohol burn on the nose.
No initial taste sensation, but an overwhelming and warming alcohol presence is followed by rye spice and seasoned wood which overtakes the sweeter notes sensed in the nose making for a spicy sip. Subsequent sips bring forth a sweet nuttiness: pecans, pine nuts, coupled with cloves, nutmeg, and powdered ginger, but the sugars are gone.
A warming sensation lingers, but all flavors are gone.