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Westland Garryana American Malt Whiskey Review

Westland Garryana Oregon Oak American Malt

By Debbie Shocair26% Rating: B+ With the prolific explosion of craft whiskey production in the United States, it’s lovely to run across one that genuinely tries to stand apart, exploring new horizons in search for ways that whiskey can be made more interesting. Such is the latest work of Westland Distillery’s Master Distiller Matt Hoffman in their Native Oak series. ...

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Four Roses Elliott’s Select Single Barrel Bourbon Review

Four Roses Elliott's Select

Updated August 31, 2016 By Richard Thomas Average Rating: A Now that the whiskey is in the bottles and the release is in motion, what exactly Four Roses latest Single Barrel Limited Edition (LE), Elliott’s Select, will be is now confirmed. I say “confirmed” because the story about this new bourbon, the first new Master Distiller Brent Elliott can claim ...

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Lock, Stock & Barrel 16 Year Old Rye Whiskey Review

Lock, Stock & Barrel 16 YO Rye

Updated July 17, 2017 By Debbie Shocair Average Rating: A- The Cooper Spirits Co. is the creation of the late Robert Cooper, whose early genius brought St. Germain elderflower liqueur to the spirits community. This rare 16 year old straight rye whiskey is their most release, and came out only shortly before Cooper’s untimely passing at age 39. This new ...

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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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