66 Gilead Wild Oak

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I’m a bit late on this one, so let’s go a bit quick.

66 Gillead was a distillery in Prince Edward County. They made rum, gin, eau du vie, whisky, and probably other things I’m forgetting. They were sold and the name was changed to Kinsip, with some changes and some whiskies staying similar.

66 Gilead Wild Oak, specifically batch 003, is a bourbon-style whisky, and non-chill filtered and no colour added. I believe it’s roughly 4-5 years old, though again I’m remembering that from a distant time I was there, and not so much from a straight source, so let’s just go with NAS.

Mashbill includes corn, wheat, rye, and malted barley, and I believe someone told me a bit of the barley was peated for this batch, though again that’s hearsay.

So let’s just get to the point: Does it taste good? The name may have changed…

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