Reviewed on 2021-09-20
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Rating 96
Style
American Whiskey
Whiskey
Produced In United States
ABV 45%
Availability Year Round
Price $344.00 

Elijah Craig 18-Year-Old Single Barrel Review

A highly coveted, limited-quantity fall release, Elijah Craig 18-Year-Old defies the laws of physics. While  its aromas and flavors show clear signs of lengthy oak maturation, the overall profile oozes elegance and freshness. Rather than becoming tired over time, this aged whiskey has developed complex layers of fruit, spice, and oak, which come together in harmonious sips. It should be noted that the MSRP ($130) is significantly lower than the price listed above, which represents the average you'll find it listed online for. If you encounter a bottle at MSRP, don't think twice. And if you're willing to spend a little extra, rest assured that the whiskey delivers.

96
POINTS
Elijah Craig 18-Year-Old Single Barrel
A highly coveted, limited-quantity fall release, Elijah Craig 18-Year-Old defies the laws of physics. While  its aromas and flavors show clear signs of lengthy oak maturation, the overall profile oozes elegance and freshness. Rather than becoming tired over time, this aged whiskey has developed complex layers of fruit, spice, and oak, which come together in harmonious sips. It should be noted that the MSRP ($130) is significantly lower than the price listed above, which represents the average you'll find it listed online for. If you encounter a bottle at MSRP, don't think twice. And if you're willing to spend a little extra, rest assured that the whiskey delivers.

Reviewed On: 09-20-2021
96
POINTS
Elijah Craig 18-Year-Old Single Barrel
A highly coveted, limited-quantity fall release, Elijah Craig 18-Year-Old defies the laws of physics. While  its aromas and flavors show clear signs of lengthy oak maturation, the overall profile oozes elegance and freshness. Rather than becoming tired over time, this aged whiskey has developed complex layers of fruit, spice, and oak, which come together in harmonious sips. It should be noted that the MSRP ($130) is significantly lower than the price listed above, which represents the average you'll find it listed online for. If you encounter a bottle at MSRP, don't think twice. And if you're willing to spend a little extra, rest assured that the whiskey delivers.

Reviewed On: 09-20-2021