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Redemption Wheated Bourbon Review

Redemption Wheated Bourbon

By Father John Rayls Rating: B+ “The release of our Redemption Wheated Bourbon represents the first in a series of limited production expressions that we will bring to market over the next few years,” said Tom Steffanci, President of Deustch Family Wine & Spirits, in a prepared statement. This Redemption Wheated Bourbon is four years old and bottled at 96 ...

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Woodford Reserve Toasted Oak Rye Whiskey Review

Woodford Toasted Oak Rye

By April Manning Rating: D+ Woodford Reserve Toasted Oak Rye is second in a trio of ryes from Woodford Reserve’s Distillery Series slated to be released throughout 2017. According to Master Distiller Chris Morris, this series is about flavor innovation and is “sure to impress whiskey aficionados” by emphasizing Woodford Reserve’s creative line of involved tastes that shows the brand’s ...

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Jim Beam Signature Craft 12 Year Old Bourbon Review

Jim Beam 12 Year Old Signature Craft Bourbon

By Father John Rayls Rating: B Jim Beam 12 Year Old Small Batch was released in 2013, as a part of the Jim Beam Signature Craft Series. That somewhat overlooked series also included The Harvest Collection, a 12 Year Old finished in Spanish Brandy casks, The Quarter Cask Bourbon and The Masterpiece finished in PX Sherry casks, among others. New ...

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Dublin Liberties Oak Devil Irish Whiskey Review

Dublin Oak Devil Irish Whiskey

By Emma Briones Rating: B- In July 2015, Quintessential Brands launched a new Irish whiskey: The Dublin Liberties Oak Devil. The whiskey takes its name from the past of The Liberties area in Dublin, where the company acquired an urban distillery project, then known as the Dublin Whiskey Company. In the 1700s, The Liberties was known as “Hell” due to ...

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