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Old Maysville Club Rye Whiskey Review

Old Maysville Bottled in Bond Rye

By Richard Thomas Rating: B The latest product from the Old Pogue Distillery in Maysville, Kentucky, Old Maysville Club is the evolution of their Five Fathers. These are both revivals of Pogue distillery brands, and both based on an old Pogue recipe calling for 100% malted rye. The two year old Five Fathers met with decidedly mixed reviews, but Old ...

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Dublin Liberties Copper Alley Irish Whiskey Review

Dublin Liberties Copper Alley

By Emma Briones Rating: B The Dublin Liberties Copper Alley Irish Whiskey was launched in September 2016 as a limited release, following the previous year’s Oak Devil. This is then the second expression in The Dublin Liberties line. Cooper Alley is named after one of the oldest streets in Dublin and one of the most racous, where tanners, tradesmen and ...

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Barrell Bourbon Batch 010 Review

Barrell Bourbon Batch 010

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ Perhaps it is because nearly all of the world’s bourbon (especially if you include Tennessee Whiskey as a sub-category of bourbon) is made in one region, the Mid-South, but regrettably most American whiskey enthusiasts pay no attention at all to issues of climate and how that plays out in maturation. As someone who keeps on ...

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Amrut Kadhambam Single Malt Indian Whisky Review

Amrut Kadhambam Indian Whisky

By Debbie Shocair Rating: B This was my fourth foray into the litany of whiskies from the Amrut Distillery in India, and this expression showcases the endeavor to take what is essentially good core product and bring creativity to the finish. While Amrut has yet to disappoint me, this one seemed an ambitious undertaking. Yet by using portions of their ...

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