Nose hits with quite a bit of corn of all kinds -- creamed corn, fresh corn, caramel corn -- but also some alcoholy-ness in here I'd traditionally associate with youth. Also a vegetal aspect like pea soup. Palate is a really nice caramel-corn bourbonyness, vanilla, with wood-spice kicking in and taking over the finish. It doesn't do anythinge exciting for me, but I haven't asked it to, and I've been finding this a sold drinkin' bourbon with added grip and character.
It's not a world-beater, but it's a little different and a nice change. It's got some decent complexity and the slight sourness is what I wish Evan Williams would do with its sourness. Balances nicely with the sweet.