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Booker’s Bluegill Creek Bourbon Review

Booker's Bluegill Creek Bourbon

By Debbie Shocair Rating: B+ I hold tremendous respect for the Beam family and for Booker’s Bourbon, the unfiltered and uncut expression of the Beam Small Batch Collection inaugurated twenty years ago. Booker’s has changed over that time, and now comes in discrete batches. Fred Noe, 7th generation master distiller for Beam, has selected Booker’s Bluegill Creek, the fourth release ...

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Jim Beam Double Oak Bourbon Review

Jim Beam Double Oak Bourbon

By April Manning Rating: C Jim Beam is the world’s best selling bourbon brand, and they have introduced yet another addition to the family. Master Distiller Fred Noe made an example of being “innovating while also staying true to (Beam) family’s traditions” by presenting Jim Beam Double Oak. Noe is a seventh generation distiller in the Beam family, a statement ...

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Templeton Rye Whiskey Review

Templeton Rye Whiskey

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- Templeton Rye is a brand under a cloud, the poster figure for the “deceptive whiskey” controversy that ran out of steam last year. This is because the brand was the clearest case of what was essentially a whiskey bottler pretending to be a working, commercial distillery, and selling their sourced product with a smokescreen of ...

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AnCnoc Peter Arkle Scotch Review

AnCnoc Peter Arkle whisky

By Kurt Maitland Rating: B- AnCnoc, meaning “the hill,” is a single malt produced by The Knockdhu distillery, a whisky distillery in Knock, Banffshire that is currently part of the Inver House Distillers Limited stable (who also owns Balblair and Old Pulteney). The distillery shouldn’t be confused with Knockando, and the name “AnCnoc” was chosen, at least in part, to ...

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