The nose has a nice spicy characteristic, but the palate is a bit flat. There is banana and some spice that trails into the finish. Not unlike the standard Jefferson's bourbon, this is a decent but totally unexceptional bourbon. There's just not much to it.
A pretty light nose altogether. Very slight peanuts, nougat, and soggy cornflakes.
As the nose advertised, there's just not much in the palate. Most of the experience is an oaky, tannic finish that still manages to have little flavor, just mouthfeel. Imbalanced for certain. It reminds me of many of the BT Single Oak Project barrels I've tasted, in that the wood here is just not quite right and in the wrong proportion to the other flavors (or rather, the lack of them).
If there had been be no publicity fanfare, on the basis of flavor this would've been completely ignored.
But still, props to Trey Zoeller at Jefferson's for the experiment and the spirit of exploration.