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Jameson Distiller’s Safe Irish Whiskey Review

Jameson Distiller's Safe

By Richard Thomas Rating: C+ At the core of the Jameson Irish Whiskey brand reorganization was the introduction of The Whiskey Makers series. Some old expressions were repackaged into Black Barrel and Crested, Signature Reserve was brought into wider distribution, and the travel retail Deconstructed series was introduced. Yet all of these steps were comparatively modest or had taken place ...

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George Dickel 17 Year Old Tennessee Whiskey Review

George Dickel 17 Year Old

By Father John Rayls Rating: B+ George Dickel strongly desired a smooth whisky experience, and believed wintertime distilling helped to provide that result. It’s also why the modern George Dickel Distillery added the extra step of chilling the new make whisky before sending it onto the Lincoln County Process. This distinguishes Dickel from their larger rivals in Tennessee Whiskey, Jack ...

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Belle Meade Cognac Cask Finish Bourbon Review

Belle Meade Cognac Cask Bourbon

By Father John Rayls Rating: B Charles Nelson got into the whiskey trade as a grocer in Civil War-era Nashville, at the time both the world’s second most fortified city (after Washington, DC) and a boomtown, thanks to the huge logistical base there supporting the Union war effort. Nelson arrived just before secession, getting in on the ground floor as ...

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Teeling Single Barrel Carcavelos Finish Irish Whiskey Review

Teeling Single Barrel Malt Whiskey

By Kurt Maitland Rating: B The Teeling family has a long history in Irish Whiskey. Walter Teeling was the first to get into the Dublin whiskey business, by starting a distillery in 1782. The Cooley Distillery (home of Kilbeggan, Greenore, Connemara, the Tyrconnell, and 2 Gingers) was founded by John Teeling in 1987, when he converted an old potato alcohol ...

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