Bourbon Reviews

…And In This Corner – Angel’s Envy



Imagine if you will, that old decision-making scenario popularized in “Animal House” where an angel pops up on one shoulder and the devil pops up on the other and each provides the pros and cons as to the current decision that must be made. Well, when it comes to the new Angel’s Envy bourbon, the name says it all – the angel has already sided with the decision that is purportedly going to taste like smooth nectar of the gods. Aged up to six years and hand-blended in only eight to 12 barrels at a time – in charred American white oak barrels and finished in ruby port wine casks, mind you – Angel’s Envy promises to make you the envy of your next party with its smoother-than-usual taste for a bourbon aged this long.

Angel’s Envy is 43.3% alcohol [86.6 proof] and currently retails for $45-55 for a 750ml bottle.

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