Between $61 to $90

Parker’s Heritage 2014 Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey Review

Parker Heritage Wheat Whiskey 2014

By Richard Thomas Rating: A Heaven Hill’s Parker’s Heritage Collection, a limited edition series named for Master Distiller Parker Beam, is noteworthy as American whiskey’s big annual mystery box. One year saw a cognac-finished bourbon, another an 11 year old cask strength, small batch bourbon. The one constant for Parker’s Heritage is that every year has brought a bourbon of ...

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William Larue Weller Bourbon Review (2014)

William Larue Weller Wheated Bourbon 2012

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ The William Larue Weller line has always been a bit special among Buffalo Trace’s offerings. Weller himself is often credited as the bottler who invented wheated bourbon (yes, you read that right: a bottler invented wheated bourbon), so it is appropriate that Weller is Buffalo Trace’s signature wheated line. Add to that the notoriety Weller ...

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Dark Corner Carolina Straight Rye Whiskey Review

Dark Corner Carolina Straight Rye

By Richard Thomas Rating: C+ Greenville, South Carolina’s Dark Corner Distillery bills itself as producing the “World’s Best Moonshine,” but they also have the singular distinction of being the first distiller of rye whiskey in the history of the state. Earlier this summer, Dark Corner turned out a 115-bottle batch of its Carolina Straight Rye, and in the process they ...

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