Made from roasted Hopi blue corn. The nose says bourbon—sweet, corn, faint maple—but with big notes of stone fruits. It's lush. Mouth veers off in another direction with floury corn, oaked complexity, an herbal component, like crushed stems of wildflowers, and cinnamon/allspice notes. The finish is suddenly mellow, with a seductive creaminess high in the back palate. Even at a young 50%, never really fiery. Wonderfully complex, and not over-oaked; beautiful stuff.
89 points, Lew Bryson, Whisky Advocate (Winter 2013)
This unique artisan whiskey from Texas is made with roasted Hopi blue corn, then matured in lightly charred new American oak barrels. The result is bold vanilla, cream soda and brown sugar aromas, and a sweet profile with lots of toffee and orange peel. It's delicious, but a bit hot and rough, and some will find this too strong altogether, even with significant dilution.
88 points, Kara Newman, Wine Enthusiast (Jul 2012)