Between $61 to $90

Masterson’s Barley Whiskey Review

By Jake Emen Rating: C+ Bat Masterson was omnipresent in the American Wild West, playing all the archetypal roles you’d expect – gunslinger and hunter, lawman and gambler. So it’s fitting that his name and face adorns a lineup of several different whiskeys from 35 Maple Street. Despite the company’s Sonoma, California routes, they’re the bottler, and their grain is ...

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Wemyss Pastille Bouquet Single Cask Scotch Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: A- Speyside is the largest of the scotch whisky regions in terms of its number of distilleries, but even so a handful of names are familiar to scotch-lovers either through their single malts or their prominent role in blends: Ardmore, Glen Elgin, Glenlivet, Macallan, and many more besides. Others are more obscure, and the source distillery ...

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Teeling Single Grain Whiskey Review

Teeling Single Grain Whiskey

Updated March 14, 2016 By Richard Thomas Average Rating: B+ Among whiskey-lovers in the British Isles, the words “grain whisky” often have a dirty connotation. This is because many view grain whiskey as the unwanted cheap stuff used to dilute more desirable malt whiskey. While some grain whiskey is indeed cheap, inferior stuff, so is some malt whiskey, and technically ...

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Thomas H. Handy Sazerac Rye Whiskey Review (2013)

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ This particular part of the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection is named for the proprietor of the Sazerac House in New Orleans, the place where the Sazerac Cocktail was “Americanized” by the replacement of the cognac with rye whiskey. It is one of two ryes in the Antique Collection, which after Pappy Van Winkle is arguably ...

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