Nose: Very nice nose; sweet Bourbon with wood polish and oak. Palate: I was expecting big woody/chewy complexity from the nose but it's actually more of the light and smooth variety with sweet candy flavors and just a bit of oak. The finish goes back to the woody qualities of the nose. A decent Bourbon worth trying but not overly complex.
D: Different. Doesn't smell particularly rye'd or wheated. Smells a bit waxy, some workshop smells (grease, glue, acetone), funky wood. Weird, but not necessarily bad. P: Eeeeeh, hmmmm. Oily, sweet, and peculiar. Definitely seems to be some rye flavor here, but there's an off-taste that dominates. It tastes sort of like mold smells, if they makes any sense. That fades after a while... F: Bitter and tannic. This isn't awful, but it's not good. I can say than for a 4 year old, it has a heck of a lot more flavor than a lot of the thin junk out there today. But I think there's some heavy oils in here that aren't so tasty, and the nose scares me a bit, it just smells wrong.