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Four Roses Small Batch LE Bourbon Review (2017)

Four Roses Small Batch LE 2017

By Randall H. Borkus Rating: A Four Roses Distillery was established in 1888, and today it is the only Bourbon distillery that combines two mashbills with five proprietary yeast strains to make ten distinct Bourbon recipes, each with its own unique flavor profile. Although all ten recipes are used in the standard Four Roses Yellow Label, it is in the ...

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Sneak Peek: Parker’s Heritage 11 Year Old Single Barrel Bourbon Review

Parker's Heritage 11 Year Old Bourbon

By Richard Thomas Rating: A- Autumn is coming, and one sign of that in my calendar is the forthcoming release of Parker’s Heritage 2017, part of a series of American whiskey releases ardently sought by enthusiasts. Among the crop of annual Fall limited edition whiskeys, Parker’s Heritage occupies a middling spot. It’s not as uber-trendy as the Pappies or as ...

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Wemyss Malts Coastal Orchard Single Cask Scotch Review

Wemyss Coastal Orchard Scotch

By Emma Briones Rating: A Edinburg-based independent bottlerWemyss Malts has partnered with Palm Bay International to launch a trio of outstanding whiskies in their single cask, single malt range in the U.S. In keeping with that line’s standards, all are bottled at their natural color and non-chill-filtered at 46% abv (92º proof). Also, each expression has a name that represents ...

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Wemyss Malts Italian Bakery Single Cask Scotch Review

Wemyss Malts Italian Bakery Delight Single Cask

By Emmas Briones Rating: A Wemyss Malts is an independent bottler based in Edinburgh, known for their good judgement when choosing casks of malt that are to be bottled in their single cask line. As they say, “each cask is representative of the best characteristics of its regional origins and only the best are chosen by our Nosing Panel,” which ...

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Four Roses Al Young Small Batch Bourbon Review (LE 2017)

Four Roses Al Young Small Batch Bourbon

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ It’s becoming a thing to put an identifying theme on batch-driven releases nowadays, a trend best exemplified by Booker’s adopting individual titles for its batches after two decades of doing without. Four Roses may be starting to go this route too, which is fine, since it really is a handier way to identify individual releases. ...

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