Taking a look at the most unpopular Four Roses recipe.
Four Roses introduces their fourth (and last?) rose in their lineup of products.
Comparing two different batches of the best value in bourbon.
Smooth Ambler throws a curveball: MGP bourbon blended with George Dickel Whiskey that was aged in used barrels.
Thanks Jim Murray, now we’ll never be able to find these store picks again.
Michter’s revives the original brand name as a “Sour Mash Whiskey”
Comparing Rural Inn’s #3 and #5 single barrel picks
Michter’s has a surprise release in store for 2019 and a third addition to the Toasted Barrel series.
Does a $100 Distillery-only release of Light Whiskey bottled at 92 proof deserve your hard earned money?
How much flavor can you expect from second-use barrels?
3 Single Barrels compete to see how much extra aging affects the juice within.
Buffalo Trace Mashbill #2 fan favorites face off to see who rules at the 100 proof point.
Can the roughness of a 2 year old rye be softened by finishing in Sherry Cream Casks?
Around 110 proof and aged for at least 5.5 years old, what separates these two rye whiskies?
There’s more in common with these two than you think.
Most review websites tend to skip explaining why and how they get to the profiles they write about, because it’s probably boring and somewhat non-believable anyway. I’m going to attempt to explain the steps I take for my review tastings and let you know why I feel this helps.
Barrell mixes it up for the last bottle of their 2018 lineup, looking forward to the New Year.
Cask Strength MGP juice flexes its muscle while Chattanooga Whiskey Distillery’s own juice ages.
Barrell combines American malt whiskey from around the US in an effort to bring new recognition to this oft-forgotten style of whiskey.
Can Union Horse’s low barrel entry proof and special honeycomb barrels really transform this 18 month old rye whiskey?
Are there really any good alternatives to a great single barrel from the EH Taylor line?
You had me at “135 proof.” Oh wait, it’s not even 4 years old?!
Chattanooga rolls out with its own bourbon distillate in a unique “high malt” mashbill.
Jeffers Creek uses the same bottle that old-style Weller used. What could go wrong?
Malmsey Madeira barrels add a unique twist to cask strength MGP bourbon.