Currently, there are just three versions of the liquor under his label (via Forbes). They include a Tennessee Straight Bourbon aged for seven years, a Double Barrel Whiskey, and a Straight Rye Whiskey. There’s also a 10-year-old version of the original Tennessee Straight Bourbon as well.
According to The New York Times, the seven-year Tennessee Straight Bourbon is a straight-forward bourbon with many of the notes you’ve come to expect from oak-aged whiskey. In fact, the young bourbon showcases those classic notes (vanilla, caramel, and char) better than you might expect with so little time in the barrel. Perhaps the angel’s have blessed Heaven’s Door Spirits rather than take their share as it ages.
The Double Barrel Whiskey appears to be the opposite of the Tennessee bourbon. The New York Times describes it as “medicinal,” which means it is far more biting than the nose lets on. Unless using it for cocktails where it will be balanced out, you might be better off going with the Tennessee bourbon for the same price.
Finally, the Straight Rye Whiskey has many of the deeper, spicier notes you would expect from a rye. The New York Times listed several tasting notes, some of which were “tobacco and a slap of leather” among the aromas. The taste is something of a sweet and spicy chocolate. So if you enjoy the extra spice of most ryes, this is likely a good pick for you.