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Kavalan Single Malt Whisky Review

Kavalan Taiwanese Single Malt

By Jake Emen Rating: A- If you haven’t yet branched out into the global range of whisky, beyond Scotland’s salty shores, then Taiwan likely isn’t your first stop. Yet it might be one of your best bets, thanks to the emerging Kavalan Range made via the King Car Group Whisky Distillery. It’s Taiwan’s first whisky distillery, and they’ve been in ...

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Wemyss Lead On MacDuff Single Cask Scotch Review (2014)

Wemyss Malts

By Richard Thomas Rating: B “Lead on, MacDuff!” Although not as popular as some other Shakespearean quotations, this line from MacBeth has still entered the popular lexicon. Yet I would be remiss if I didn’t nod at all the actors and English majors I’ve known through the years if I didn’t pause to point out the source for this Wemyss ...

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Rhetoric Bourbon Review

Rhetoric whiskey

By Kurt Maitland Rating: B+ Rhetoric is the third release in Diageo’s Orphan Barrel series of aged, legacy Kentucky bourbons from the Stitzel-Weller warehouses, and was made at both the New and Old Bernheim distilleries with a 86% corn, 8% barley and 6% rye mashbill. Like Orphan Barrel’s Barterhouse, Rhetoric is a 20-year-old bourbon, and that plus the common origins ...

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Wigle Small Cask Deep Cut Rye Whiskey Review (April 2014)

Wigle Deep Cut Rye

By Richard Thomas Rating: C Pittsburgh’s popular Wigle Distillery made more of their Deep Cut Rye as part of their Tax Day release (appropriately enough, since the distillery is named for a Whiskey Rebellion figure). This April 2014 installation of the Monogahela Small Cask Series rye whiskey is made from an all-organic mashbill, aged for at least twelve months and ...

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