Penelope creates customized toasted barrel finishes with a twist
$30 won’t get you much today. These bottles prove otherwise
Old Forester’s newest 117 Series releases remind me of a similar project released by Woodford Reserve
At 133.1 Proof, will this wheated bourbon set your heart on fire? Or just your tongue?
This isn’t your dad’s cheap flavored whiskey we’re talking about here
Broken Barrel applies their unique “Oak Bill” technique to a Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Penelope Bourbon releases one of their most ambitious projects yet
For people that have picked up the shot, putting down the bourbon has never been easier
One of the four core bottles in the Evan Williams lineup
Are you ready for Father’s Day?
2023 Release Season is heating up and the newest iteration of Parker’s Heritage Collection is proof of that
The 2016 edition of Four Roses annual Limited Edition release
You’re not going to believe the price on this one
Whiskey gimmick? Or something more?
We saw this coming, but I don’t think many of us realized the scope of it
Oh great, another celebrity and or company decides to release a product shamelessly plugging their brand
The difference is more than just the color of the liquid, but it’s also much more connected than you’d think.
A surprise release of MGP bourbon at an equally surprising age
Round and round it goes! Is the single barrel good? Nobody knows!
The fourth release of George Dickel’s Bottled in Bond series sees a familiar age statement return
Cascade Hollow gets the cold shoulder from a lot of enthusiasts. But you should be paying more attention
Is this a cask strength version of Legent?
An ode to the most famous salesman Jack Daniel’s has ever had
It’s always a good day when Wild Turkey decides to give us more single barrel options.
Welcome to the Virginia ABC Lottery where the entries don’t matter and the winners are whoever we say they are
An early example of a single barrel from Frey Ranch
A married couple with a rich history in motorsports decides to make whiskey. What could go wrong?
A unique rye whiskey that reminds us more of a Canadian Rye Whiskey than one from Indiana
I’ve never eaten snickerdoodle cookie dough from a tube, but there’s a first time for everything
Barrell is selling old batches that still remain unsold years later. What can we glean from that?
The second release of the Limited Release Wood Finished Series by Maker’s Mark
One of the oldest rye whiskies released from Wilderness Trail so far
Just because it’s not barrel proof doesn’t mean it still won’t pack a punch
Resilient gave us what few others (besides Barrell) could: high proof and highly aged Tennessee Bourbon