Merica Bourbon was born from military veterans who wanted to share the great taste of bourbon and freedom.
It's all about the flavor. This bourbon is meant to be shared with friends, on the rocks or neat, reminiscing on the good moments in life.
So pull up a chair and have a glass or three with us and let us celebrate freedom together.
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This is a whiskey that needs time to grow up. It is as immature as I was when I signed my 0311 contract for the marines. The nose is a bit harsh and lacking the typical vanilla and caramel notes. The oak comes through almost immediately in the form of a bitter immature tannins. I really wished the quality was their as it would be in an American made US flag but what I got was a Chinese knock off.
If you like diluting your whiskey with coke just to get drunk this may be for you or it is possible to tone it down with an old fashioned. This however is not a good "sippin" whiskey.
I'm going to try and age a little longer with some wood roasted coffee and a 1/4 of a vanilla bean as I am not concerned about waste with this whiskey.
Honestly I am am unimpressed. I believe that all the reviews on this page are either from grunt style or from marines that have no idea what bourbon is supposed to taste like. It is, at best, an okay whiskey. I’ve read all their details and they mention nothing about the aging process. Maybe I’m just a fan of the Kentucky standard but this “bourbon” tastes as though it was underaged. Just like “lead slinger”. I consider myself a bourbon drinker and this just isn’t bourbon by legal definition. What is the aging process? Why don’t you mention it on the bottle or the website? I don’t have any facts because you don’t provide any. I’m just saying. Okay whiskey, probably not even real bourbon. Another example of veteran owned companies rushing to failure. 11 year 11B by the way. The only true grunts in the bunch. I just expect honest Bourbon from my bourbon distributors. Y’all even lie about being a Texan bourbon(we get our ingredients from Indiana and our water from Ohio and age in South Carolina) . Wtf man. Figure it out.
The only negative thing I can say is I wish it were easier to get some. Smooth oaky flavor. Perfect on the rocks!
Damn fine whiskey. It's perfect for every occasion, whether an everyday two fingers or special toasts. Highly recommend!
This is a damn fine whiskey. It's the perfect choice for any occaision, whether a two finger after work cool down or a special toast.Smooth ,really smooth. Highly recommend.
Impressed with the whiskey and the gents that created this bourbon. My friends and I are big fans of Merica and wish them great success.
This is a good easy drinking bourbon. So good I ordered a case after my first bottle. Wish it was easier to get.
Smooth. Goes well with egg nog or with Earl Gray, Tea , & Lemon.
First heard of and tried Merica at a Grunt Style Toys For Tots in Orlando last year. It is by far the best bourbon I have ever drank. There maybe some "Not Everyone can Afford" brand out there that may beat it by a smidge. But for the everyday WORKING CLASS FOLKS you will not find one better I can assure you of that!
My THANKSGIVING TABLE will be as it was the first time, ALL AMERICAN.
As I sip this superb potion, I give thanks to all veterans. My dad served in WW2 and my brother both served, and than God they came home. But back to my point as I sip MERICA I can't help but get a wee bit emotional as I give thanks.
Some gave some, some gave all. Lord, bless all of out veterans and their families.
Thank you so much for MERICA. Sip by sip, I gave thanks.I
Great smooth taste. Shared it at our Beirut Veterans Memorial this past weekend and everyone loved it.
Just wish I could find it somewhere local instead of paying over 20 to ship it