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Cragganmore 12 Year Old Scotch Review

Cragganmore 12YO

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- In my mind, Cragganmore 12 Year Old is one of those single malts that a Scotch novice should move onto after becoming acquainted with the Big Pair of single malt Scotch, Glenfiddich and Glenlivet. The distillery’s owner, Diageo, recognizes this too, having made the expression the Speyside whisky in its Classic Malts range. This is ...

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Riz Rice Whiskey Review

Riz Rice Whiskey

By Kurt Maitland Rating: A Atelier Vie is a small craft distillery in New Orleans, founded by Jedd Haas to provide a greater variety of locally produced distilled spirits. To further this goal, Atelier’s lineup includes a gin (a beauty of a release), a vodka and two high proof Absinthes. However, as this is a whiskey magazine our focus today ...

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Del Bac Dorado Mesquite Smoked Whiskey

Del Bac Dorado Whiskey

By Jake Emen Rating: B- In keeping with being from the Southwest, Whiskey Del Bac from Hamilton Distillers is all about the mesquite. They use mesquite wood to smoke their floor-malted barley rather than peat, making a Southwestern single malt with a Scottish heritage. Of the three varieties in its lineup, Whiskey Del Bac Dorado is the aged, mesquite-smoked version, ...

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Kilbeggan 8 Year Old Single Grain Irish Whiskey Review

Kilbeggan Single Grain Irish Whiskey

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- When I was in Ireland this past November, I learned Beam Suntory, owners of both the Cooley and Kilbeggan distilleries, intended to consolidate some of the old Cooley brands under the better known Kilbeggan banner. Greenore, one of the earliest entrants in the reinvented single grain category, was one of these, and now it has ...

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