Stranahan's prefers to call themselves a "Colorado Whiskey," eschewing the term "Single Malt" as they seem to find the term misleading. Opinions were divided on this one -- while it wasn't for some, others claimed it to be "yet another great thing from the great state of Colorado."
Great nose. Molasses, banana, sugar. A bit of wood and juniper flavors, with light pepper, clove, and vanilla. Gets very hot but that diminishes quickly. Though the flavor of the finish is very minor, it lasts a full minute. B/B+
Cinnamon in the nose. Rich and interesting flavors, this is great. Banana notes. The finish isn't powerful, but it lingers forever. I'm a fan. B/B+
Update Oct 2009: Every time I have this (having sampled various batches) I'm increasingly impressed. This is great and unique whiskey. I love it. Batch 43 is a winner. Upgrading my rating to a full B+, definitely want to own.
Nose is a very light Bourbon. Palate is sweet and light, again like a very light Bourbon with some banana and brandy flavors and a bit of acid. It definitely has a young whiskey taste but you get the sense that there is some potential there. [Batch 6 Tasted]