While it's not High West, the resulting concoction is interesting. In fact, it's a different kind of smokiness from the Utah distillery's Campfire version, which has the suggestion of peatiness from blending in some scotch whisky along with the rye and bourbon. The burnt Beam holds just a hint of woodiness with the bourbon's caramel flavoring tempering the bitterness of the smoke, though it does have a slight bite. Next time, I think I'd pull it off the smoke about 10 to 15 minutes earlier. I'd also like to try some sweeter woods, such as cherry, alder, or even pecan.