Kirkland Premium Small Batch Bourbon, Aged 7 Years Review. If you'd like us to reply, add your email address here. I can’t say that I would sip the Kirkland bourbon neat. Any chance I could get an add? Hey! They also have whistle pig for 65$. As this isn't the nearest Costco we don't make our monthly runs to it but I prefer buying my liquor here vs moco due to prices. On a recent outing to Costco, we ran across a new item, the Kirkland Premium Small Batch Bourbon. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. It looked like bourbon and kinda smelled and tasted like bourbon but there was something slightly off. I would say, it's a reasonable bourbon but probably best in a cocktail rather than neat. Given the price at $19.99, I was game to try it. Still had everything on the initial list available. Best price I’ve ever seen. I'll have to keep my eyes out for Woodford and might snag a Bulleit then. We talk about bourbon, rye, or any American whiskey here (yes, even Jack). In CA Costco is generally the lowest though there are exceptions at times. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Hopefully the selection isn't too bad. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Bullet prices are lower as well. The brother-in-law commented, it tastes like bourbon but lacks the fiery complexity that I like in my bourbons. Good value and I would buy again as some bourbons I just can't bear mixing. If there's any true flavor to it, even at the low proof it's bottled at, it's impossible to tell. I'm going to chime in here and say that I was very enthusiastic when I bought it about a year ago, and ended up hating it. (Click the “X” in the top right corner to close this box.). We're the founders of A Bar Above, the ultimate resource for anyone who loves to make delicious craft cocktails. Anyone here have any suggestions? I’d consider this a good candidate for simpler mixed drinks like bourbon and coke. It's some kind of Knob Creek derivative, aged seven years instead of … I am not a vodka guy, but people like Grey Goose, don't they? They got rid of it a few months ago. Plus, the Kirkland brand alcohol is high quality, tastes good and it’s about half the price of most brand-name spirits. Hopefully it has improved also curious to know, If I remember correctly, the OG KS bourbon was distilled by Jim beam. Sounds like it could be good mixed with gingerale or cola-- Have you tried that? I didn’t think it was Knob Creek (and neither did the hubby). Like most of JB's other offerings, it's pretty mediocre. Their Kirkland Vodka is nothing but Grey Goose. I thought I heard something about that but I'm not 100% sure. 20 year old single malts for $50. Kirkland Bourbon is akin to what are considered “low shelf” bourbons by booze enthusiasts. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Hi and welcome to r/whiskey! ), More “Bitter wood” than “sweet barrel” notes. I’ll put in my two cents. Web-based intensive cocktail design training. It's usually my go-to stuff. Edit: Took photos the last time I visited for my own recollection, so I can contribute quite a bit. I'm from Canada and our Costco can't sell liquor. I had the Kirkland bourbon a couple of months ago and I really enjoyed it.

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