Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Rebecca Creek 306 Fine Texas Whiskey

Hello Single Malters, today I am reviewing Rebecca Creek 306 whiskey made in San Anotnio, TX.  In today's blog I intend to share the following information- 
-Some history behind this whiskey
- Tasting notes
- SJ's Rating
- SJ's Pro tip

The Rebecca Creek Distillery was founded in 2009. The founder is Steve Ison whose vision and passion for high quality spirits led to building the distillery using a blend of old and new technology to produce fine spirits. It's product line includes whiskey and vodka. 
The name comes from the Rebecca Creek river that is next to the distillery( like any distillery in the world, one of the most crucial ingredients is water which needs to be sourced as near as possible to the distillery) & 306 is the farm road that is runs in front of it. Quite a literal name based on where it is located!

Vital Stats-
Price- $23.99 for 750ml($1.99 for 50ml pictured sampler) 
Age- NAS(No Age Statement) 
ABV- 40%
Country of Origin-  San, Antonio, TX, USA
Distillery- Rebecca Creek Distillery
Awards Won- 2012 Gold Medal, SIP International Spirits Competition among others

Tasting info-
Serving Glass- Glencairn Whisky Glass
Serving Style- Neat
Appearance- Medium Pale

Aroma- Typical oak, honey, vanilla, spices
Flavor- Quite a mouthful, oak, marmalade, cinnamon, lingering effect, spices
Body- Medium
Finish- Bitter, not smooth, very short lingering
SJ's Rating- Middle Shelf
Just a regular whiskey nothing that stand out except for slight bitter aftertaste. 
Occasions- Casual
Cocktails- None recommended
SJ's Pro tip- Great addition in whiskey collection 

I enjoyed reviewing this whisky, not much as tasting it but still the process of revealing is highly satisfying. Have a shot yourself and find out. Cheers! Enjoy Responsibly! 
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