Just because it’s not a Private Selection Single Barrel doesn’t mean it can’t keep up with it
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Based out of Indianapolis, Indiana, we’re close enough to the epicenter of bourbon (that would be Kentucky) that we can take the pulse of the trends and new releases as soon as we catch whiff of them.
A shotgun wedding between Wild Turkey and Appleton Estate
The specs for Maker’s Mark new Cellar Aged bourbon seem to be a natural competitor to William Larue Weller. Or are they?
Entry level bourbons don’t always have to mean low quality bourbons
The last of release of a one-of-a-kind experiment
More of the same from New Riff? Or something different?
Mesquite filtration makes this rye different
Jim Beam pushes out “Bonded” and ushers in Old Tub in its place
The Japanese always get the cool bottles
Penelope swings for the fences with their Four Grain Mash Bill – at barrel strength.
Other distilleries are losing their age statements, but Old Forester seems to be gaining them
Will a bump in proof give this year’s Batch Proof more bang for your buck?
Do you keep passing this bottle up on the shelf?
Give the devil his due
Warning, this bourbon is not designed to be drank this way!
Is this “goodbye?” or more of a “see you later?”
Get your mind out of the gutter, it’s just a powderhorn
Can a great-grandson bring back whiskeymaking to his family’s name?
Mile High Spirits throws its hat into the ring of finished bourbons
Modern-day Michter’s got its start by purchasing a large stock of aged barrels – likely from United Distillers – from 1997 to 1999. Joe Magliocco met up in Kentucky with …
Are the Wild Turkey rumors true?
Knob Creek’s gateway bourbon
Hersey Rye challenges the way you look at finished whiskies with a unique take on Kentucky-sourced 95/5 rye whiskey
Penelope creates customized toasted barrel finishes with a twist
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
One of the four core bottles in the Evan Williams lineup
The 2016 edition of Four Roses annual Limited Edition release
Whiskey gimmick? Or something more?