Not formal taste notes but just some random thoughts on a non-related group of bourbons which I bought in Florida recently or tasted in bars or at friends' there:
Ancient Age Bonded: This was a real surpise: a clean-tasting rich whiskey, on the sweet side, not complex but tasty and with power to spare, it trumps many higher-priced items
Ezra Brooks 12 years old 101 proof: This is a big bruiser of a whiskey with a good taste of old charred wood which only partly hides some feisty/funky distillery character, lots of tannic-like edge in the finish. Not sophisticated or smoothed down but one version (I am sure) of the real old time bourbon whiskey
Wild Turkey 101 Proof. This was tasted at a friend's and had the 8 year old moniker and probably picked up somewhere in the Caribbean. I never get tired of 101, it has its own taste profile of fulsome "bourbonness" one might say, this one showed a wood accent that wasn't much charred, a fresh wood accent almost. Another good example of a traditional whiskey
Old Crow - this was a well brand in a restaurant and I gave it a try. It offers a somewhat "unrefined" taste, something gamy/funky in the backgroud, very "out there". I can see it would taste fine in cocktails and with mix but I found it hard to sample neat. The taste reminded me of certain price brands in the 1970's, e.g., Bellows Bourbon.