Jimmy Hines was a torpedo bomber pilot in WWII and his goggles are the inspiration for the brand and his attitude the inspiration for the tagline 'through hero's eyes'. Jimmy's Texas Bourbon made a "neat trick". They "mask the youth of the whiskey by dousing it in Port! So what does it taste like? Port with corn whiskey poured into it. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but that's not really a bourbon thing either". Plus, "the port is definitely there but not so overpowering that you can’t tell it’s a bourbon either". You can "definitely get the classic vanilla, caramel and fresh oak in both the nose and palate with the added touch of the fruits of the port wine". It is "a light and refreshing twist to a traditional bourbon".
The Distillery at Kiepersol released in 2014 its first product called Dirk's Vodka. When you drink this vodka, it has "no bad after taste" and "each drop is consistent". It is "distilled from grapes" with a "neutral aroma with the faintest touch of almond sweetness". Its "palate is silky and lightly sweet". The flavor also has some "almond and cocoa powder, and finishing with a flicker of alcohol heat". This vodka is just one of the few American vodkas made using grapes rather than wheat, barley, potatoes, and other more common ingredients. You may also want to try Jimmy's Texas Bourbon & Pierre's Texas Rum, also from this distillery.
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