Given, at times, the overwhelming alcohol heat and rye spice on the nose and palate of the Old Grand-Dad 114, it’s hard to find much else, needing to dig pretty deep. So in terms of the amount of enjoyment I got out of this bourbon, it was decent/average. The value proposition however is huge. It is increasingly difficult to find a ~$30 MSRP high proof bourbon on the market nowadays. In the event you find one, it’s still worth picking up to taste the more affordable high proofer in the market.