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Hellyers Road Roaring 40 Australian Whisky Review

Hellyers Road Roaring 40 Tasmanian Whisky

By Emma Briones Rating: B Inspired by the story of explorer and cartographer Henry Hellyer, a group of dairy farmers founded a whisky distillery in the northwest of Tasmania. Eighteen years later, Hellyers Road is a best-selling, locally crafted Australian whisky, exported over to 20 countries. The first expression of their range is Hellyers Road Original Roaring Forty, which is ...

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Stolen 11 Year Old American Whiskey Review

Stolen 11YO Whiskey

By Richard Thomas Rating: B Stolen Spirits first gained attention with the introduction of its smoked rum and a marketing shtick that borrows a page from Abbie Hoffman’s Steal This Book and modernizes it. Now they have followed up on that with Stolen Whiskey. Stolen Whiskey began as an MGP product with which very few drinkers will be directly familiar, ...

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Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey Review

Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey

By Richard Thomas Rating: B I used to refer to New York, Texas and Colorado as the three states contending to become “America’s Third Whiskey State.” I’m beginning to rethink if it’s still just those three, but a big part of why I originally put Colorado on the list was Stranahan’s, one of the early entrants in the micro-distillery movement. ...

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Lost Distillery Jericho Scotch Review

The Lost Distillery Company Jericho

By Richard Thomas Rating: B The operating theme for The Lost Distillery Company is to create vatted malts that simulate the single malts produced by a now defunct distillery, and Scotland has dozens of them. In this instance, Jericho Distillery, also known as Benachie. This was founded as an Aberdeenshire farm-distillery in 1824. The name changed to Benachie in the ...

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