Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
Would like to read some tasting notes on the 8 year old Greenore.
Greenore 8yo is a very light whiskey as would be expected with a greater than 90% corn mashbill (with the rest malted barley) at 80 proof. Some sweetness and a clear but light bourbon/vanilla character from the reused (supposedly first fill) bourbon barrels dominate the palate for me. Inoffensive with a nice mouthfeel makes it pleasant on a summer evening but not one I would have as a regular pour. The 15 is a big step up in every way with a slightly higher 86 proof as well and is a very nice whiskey which I do find myself turning to with some regularity.

A chance to try and compare both of them to the 18, now at 92 proof, should be fun!