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Knob Creek Vintage 2001 Bourbon Review

Knob Creek 2001 14 YO

By Richard Thomas Rating: A- Knob Creek has long been a staple of premium bourbons: nine years old, 100 proof, very reasonably priced. Whereas stablemate Booker’s saw a line expansion with limited editions, Knob Creek was expanded with regular releases like the Rye and the Single Barrel. Rumors began circulating last year that Knob Creek was about to get another ...

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Redemption Barrel Proof 10 Year Old Rye Whiskey Review

Redemption Rye 10 YO Barrel Proof

By S.D. Peters Rating: A- Redemption, a brand sourced from MGP, the old Seagram’s distillery in Lawrenceville, Indiana from, is owned by Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits. As their Fact Sheet tells it, “Redemption Whiskey was created serendipitously when a cache of Rye Whiskey barrels believed to be the perfect expression of [Rye] were found, just as the Rye category ...

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Wemyss Sizzling Charcoal Single Cask Scotch Review

Wemyss Bunnahabhain 1997

By Richard Thomas Rating: A- My first crack at the 2016 Single Cask line from Wemyss Malts is a doozy: a Bunnahabhain from a hogshead, distilled in 1997 (bottled 2015). For those of you not hip to the Scotch talk, a hogshead is the origin point for the 53-gallon American standardized bourbon barrel. Hogsheads are slightly larger, and these days ...

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