Larceny Barrel Proof (Batch A121)


Classification: Straight Bourbon

Company: Heaven Hill

Distillery: Heaven Hill

Release Date: February 2021

Proof: 114.8

Age: NAS (Company states that this batch contains six to eight year old bourbon)

Mashbill: 68% Corn, 20% Wheat, 12% Malted Barley

Color: Dark Bronze

MSRP: $50 (2021)

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Cherry | Roses | Toasted oak | Blueberry syrup | Pomegranate molasses | Leather | Familiar yet surprising at the same time


Brown sugar | Dark fruit | Toasted coconut | Light fennel | Cocoa powder


Black pepper | Rich oak | Leather | Black tea


With four batches now under its belt, Larceny Barrel Proof has performed admirably. Yet, I still can’t help but feel the brand still hasn’t lived up to its full potential. The first batch of 2021 is more of the same and might even be a slight notch down from what felt like a universally praised Batch C920 in 2020. Notably, Batch A121 clocks in at only 114.8 proof which is quite a step down from the three 2020 Larceny Barrel Proof batches. Unfortunately, I don’t taste a concentration of flavors, and again it feels like more of the same. That won't be a bad thing to most people, but the whiskey community needs a more readily available and budget-friendly wheated barrel proof counterpoint to William Larue Weller. I do believe the Larceny brand has it in it to do just that. In the meantime, I’ll enjoy Batch A121, as it’s a solid barrel proof wheater, but I feel the best is still to come.

The sample used for this review was provided to us at no cost courtesy its respective company. We thank them for allowing us to review it with no strings attached.
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Written By: Eric Hasman

March 25, 2021
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