Noah's Mill Small Batch 750ml
One of the most lush and rich Whiskeys on the market. The nose is walnuts, prunes, and floral notes. The palate mimics the nose with walnuts, prunes, spices, intertwined with lavender and balanced with the perfect amount of acid, that leads you down a path of lingering burnt caramel.
Is Noah's Mill rare?
Noah's Mill Bottling Note
Noah's Mill is an outstanding old small batch bourbon, containing whiskeys between 4 and 20 years old. Quite rare this, and very enjoyable in an old-fashioned.
Is Noah's Mill good?
Score: 84/100. In general, Noah's Mill is a solid, higher proof bourbon offering.
The medium duration and slightly dry finish continues the barrel driven flavor profile with seasoned oak, toasted pecan, and light cream with a touch of rye grain driven flavors such as mint and black currant.
Where is Noah's Mill made?
Noah's Mill is a bourbon produced in Bardstown, Kentucky by Kentucky Bourbon Distillers (KBD). The bourbon was originally aged in charred oak barrels until mature at 15 years old, however the current bottles contain no age statement. It is bottled by hand at 57.15% ABV (114.3 proof).
2 1/2 oz overproof bourbon (Noah’s Mill)
3/4 oz simple syrup (1:1)
12 muddled mint leaves
1 mint sprig for garnish
Dust top with powdered sugar
1 small drinking straw
Add the simple syrup in a shaker tin. Then add 12 mint leaves and lightly muddle. Add a healthy amount of over proof bourbon, 2 1/2 oz. Shake with ice and strain into your julep cup. Top this with a pile of crushed ice. Garnish with a nice sprig of mint. A dusting of powdered sugar on top of your julep is also a nice touch.
Gold Medal 2005 San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Double Gold Medal 2012 San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Four Stars/Highly Recommended by F. Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal
Robb Report’s Best of the Best 2007: Spirits
Ranked #1 out of 13 Bourbons, Louisville Magazine’s 1998-1999 “Eats” Issue
93 Rating from Jim Murray’s 2012 Whisky Bible