Koval’s take on bourbon isn’t typical, but it’s well worth a taste. While they follow the standard 51% corn mash, the rest is made up of Millet–a grain most often found in spirits from Nepal, not American whiskey. Those two grains come together nicely to give the bourbon equal parts sweet and spice. Add in the smoke from the barrels it’s aged in and you’ve got a bourbon that’s worth keeping on your top shelf.
W&W Rating: 3.8 / 5