This is okay. Nose of candy corn, some floral notes, and solvent. Palate has significant spice, but otherwise not a whole lot going on. Mildly sweet. Finish is medium-long. I'm not thrilled with the amount of fire here -- yes it's 100 proof, but it seems awfully scorchy for that level. Admittedly, I'm not tasting this blind, and I was expecting something more from this... but even taking that disappointment into account, I think that I'd find this to be "eh" on any day.
Nose: Woody old bourbon. Palate: The palate stars off nicely, sweet and toffeeish. That sort of dissolves by mid palate and it gets a bit hot to handle, which is odd for its abv. A few drops of water, though brings out some good candy/wood notes that are typical of older Old Taylors I've had. Finish: woody.