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Jameson Signature Reserve Irish Whiskey Review

Jameson Signature Reserve

By Richard Thomas Rating: B One of the expressions left untouched in Jameson’s recent reshuffling of its lineup is what was a travel retail offering, Jameson Signature Reserve. This expression was always a bit of an oddball, and not just because it was a travel retail product, but also for coming in a 1 liter bottle, rather than the expected ...

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The Deveron 12 Year Old Scotch Review

The Deveron 12 Year Old

By Kurt Maitland Rating: B The Deveron is a single malt distilled at the Macduff Distillery, founded in 1962. Throughout its history, the distillery’s official name has alternated between Glen Deveron and MacDuff, but the official releases having been released as Glen Deveron. Releases titled Macduff have come from independent bottlers. At present Macduff Distillery is owned by Bacardi, who ...

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Jameson Lively Irish Whiskey Review

Jameson Lively

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- One of the early steps in Jameson’s recent comprehensive brand shake-up was introducing a line of Travel Retail only whiskeys, their first, in October 2015. This was the Deconstructed Series, consisting of Lively, Bold and Round, each emphasizing a different aspect of what goes into Jameson. Lively takes on the grain whiskey aspect. Like all ...

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Booker’s “Toogie’s Invitation” Bourbon Review

Booker's Toogie's Invitation

By Father John Rayls Rating: A+ Booker’s “Toogie’s Invitation” should be placed immediately on your bourbon bucket list. In my opinion, this expression has somehow encapsulated the exact aromas, flavor and finish needed for the perfect bourbon experience. I would almost (almost!) be willing to forgo all other bourbons just to have a continual supply of this elixir on my ...

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Jameson Crested Irish Whiskey Review

Jameson Crested

By Richard Thomas Rating: B Even before the big brand and packaging relaunch in June, Jameson was already engaged in shaking up its lineup. The biggest early signpost was taking Crested Ten and turning it into Jameson Crested. As with Small Batch becoming Select Reserve “Black” and now Jameson Black Barrel, the classic Crested Ten evolved into Jameson Crested in ...

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