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Michter’s US*1 Barrel Strength Rye Whiskey Review

Michter's US*1 Barrel Strength Rye

Updated February 11, 2016 By Kurt Maitland Rating: A Released in May, Michter’s US*1 Barrel Strength Rye is only the second limited edition from the Louisville-based bottler and (now) distiller, following on their Toasted Barrel Bourbon. This is also the only Michter’s whiskey billed as a cask strength/barrel proof, although some of the older releases from Michter’s are in the ...

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Sneak Peek: Scapa Skiren Scotch Review

Scapa Skiren Single Malt

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ Named for Scotland’s famous Scapa Flow that served as Britain’s major naval base through two world wars, Scapa Distillery arguably stands as the most remote in a country known for remote places. Highland Park might be half a mile more northerly than Scapa, but it lies in Kirkwall, the largest town in the Orkneys. Scapa ...

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Dalwhinnie 15 Year Old Scotch Review

Dalwhinnie 15YO

By Father John Rayls Rating: A- The Dalwhinnie Distillery has a long and eventful history. Started in 1897, but was in and out of insolvency the very next year, and the distillery saw several ownership changes after that. It eventually came under the Diageo umbrella, which is how it came to be included among “The Classic Malts of Scotland.” Included ...

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Gordon & MacPhail Glentauchers 16 Year Old Scotch Review

By Kurt Maitland Rating: A- The Glentauchers is a Speyside Scottish whisky distillery founded in 1897 by James Buchanan (the creator of the ‘Black & White’ and ‘Buchanan’ blends, not the 1850s U.S. President) and whisky trader W. P Lowrie of Glasgow. Lowrie didn’t last long in the mix but the distillery and its spirit continued, primarily for use in blends. It was ...

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Hakushu 12 Year Old Single Malt Japanese Whisky

Hakushu 12 Year Old

By Father John Rayls Rating: A- “From Suntory’s mountain distillery, nestled deep in the forests of Mt. Kaikomagatake, Hakushu is the herbal and gently smoky single malt. Straight from the untouched forests, mountains, and pure waters of the Southern Japanese Alps, it is no wonder that Hakushu is a “green and fresh” whisky, praised by the most curious whisky connoisseurs ...

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