Just because it’s not a Private Selection Single Barrel doesn’t mean it can’t keep up with it
The 2016 edition of Four Roses annual Limited Edition release
Four Roses pulls out all the stops and uses 20 year old barrels for this year’s Limited Edition release
If you were looking for a fruit overload, you came to the right place.
Rural Inn bags a barrel from the most coveted run of 2020.
For the first time ever, the OBSQ recipe is used in a Small Batch Limited Edition.
Exploring a single barrel from one of the best runs of 2020.
A most Perilous Journey to Cox’s Creek during the middle of a pandemic yields one of Four Roses most lustworthy recipes.
11 year old OESF barrels make up this limited release.
Yes, entry level bourbon can be this complex.
A 13 year, 5 month old barrel practically guarantees oak influence in the rarest of Four Roses recipes.
Two barrels from the same warehouse, separated by one rack and bottled 2 months apart from each other.
OESQ’s bigger and badder sibling demands your respect.
Mike sits down for a joint review with Scott from atxbourbon.com to discuss bourbon, his take on last year’s releases and more.
Does Four Roses least loved recipe deserve its bad rap?
Big Red Liquors and Westport Wine and Whiskey pick similar OBSV barrels, but which one comes out on top?
Taking a look at the most unpopular Four Roses recipe.
Four Roses introduces their fourth (and last?) rose in their lineup of products.
The rarest of the Four Roses Recipes showcases how much difference age and proof can make.