It’s happening so often these days we thought we ought to start a proper strand devoted to it: Bands n’Booze.
From Trooper Beer to Dave Mustaine‘s really rather fancy Californian wineries, the world of heavy metal has not been exactly slow to embrace the world of brewing and viticulture, and frankly we’re quite pleased about that fact… and here, from seemingly out of nowhere, comes our first Bn’B entrant – Burnt Out Wreck Whiskey!
Now, none of us here at Sentinel Daily are terribly au fait with what makes for a cracking glass o’booze – we know what we like and that’s as far as it goes – so we thought we’d run the tasting notes that accompany Gary Moat‘s latest release just to let you know what you’re in for with your fist swill of rockin’ fire water…
Burnt Out Wreck Tasting Notes:
A well structured and balanced blend which shows its quality…
Colour: Pale Straw
Nose: Light floral notes, undiluted it has barley sugar, ginger and oak which opens up with a drop of water to show chocolate and vanilla.
Palate: On the palate it has a creamy and buttery texture, well rounded and silky.
Taste: Dried Fruits and candied peel develop on the tongue with some peppery spicy notes.
Finish: A Medium to long finish, which is both sweet and clean.
We hope that clears things up for you. The band also have a branded Wine available – it’s Red, if you’re a connoisseur (I am – I’ll take a dozen -Ed), and both are available through the good people at Whiskey and Fine Wine Auctions.