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John J. Bowman Single Barrel Bourbon Review

John J. Bowman Bourbon

By Jake Emen Rating: B- The greater area surrounding Washington D.C. has seen an expansive growth in all things imbibing in recent years. Yet, it’s not only the Johnny-come-lately distilleries and breweries who are capturing consumer attention. A. Smith Bowman Distillery has been open for over 75 years, and is currently located in Fredericksburg, Virginia, sandwiched about halfway between Richmond ...

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Death’s Door White Whiskey Review

By S.D. Peters Rating: B- Death’s Door White Whiskey: is this whiskey fit for consuming in a death rattle? Or will it put start the rattle? The well-worn tales of blinding raw moonshine do come to mind. Let’s face it, there’s a particular base of consumers (mostly male, I’ll wager) who’ll read a challenge into this name, which might well ...

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Hudson (Tuthilltown) Baby Bourbon Review

Tuthilltown Baby Bourbon

By Richard Thomas Rating: C Updated August 2, 2016 Tuthilltown Spirits was one of the earlier entrants into the craft whiskey scene, and taking advantage of a location that is near enough to New York City and some savvy marketing, they soon pushed to the forefront of that nascent movement. The micro-distillery’s brand, Hudson, was bought by William Grant & ...

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Cardhu 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- A decade ago, Cardhu was at the center of scotch’s first big supply flap. Although The Whiskey Reviewer has disproved the myth that whiskey around the world is suffering from a general and widespread supply crisis, the idea that rising international demand is putting a supply pinch on some whiskey brands is valid enough. Cardhu ...

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