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Glenglassaugh Octaves Peated Scotch Review

Glenglassaugh Octaves Peated

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- Although small barrel whisk(e)y aging is most often associated with the American craft distillery movement, it’s not entirely unknown in Scotland. The Scots and Irish whiskey industry already had a rich tradition of using a wide variety of used casks for maturing their whiskies, a tradition due largely to a lack of local timber for ...

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Yellow Rose Outlaw Bourbon Review

Yellow Rose Outlaw Bourbon

By Richard Thomas Rating: D+ Here are The Whiskey Reviewer, when someone wants to offer a second opinion on a previously reviewed product, we amend the existing review rather than publish a second, new article. Unfortunately, some of our early writers weren’t what they should have been, and it is sometimes necessary to scrap that first look altogether. Such was ...

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Jameson Cooper’s Croze Irish Whiskey Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: B Thus far, the only expression from Jameson’s new The Whiskey Maker’s trilogy available in the United States is Cooper’s Croze. I can speculate to the reasons why this expression crossed the Atlantic first. For starters, Cooper’s Croze is New Midleton Master Cooper Ger Buckley’s whiskey, highlighting the wood influence on the flavor of the whiskey. ...

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Jameson Blender’s Dog Irish Whiskey Review

Jameson Blender's Dog

By Richard Thomas Rating: B Jameson’s The Whiskey Masters is designed to highlight the contributions of three key members of the New Midleton Distillery leadership team: Ger Buckley, the Master Cooper; Brian Nation, the Master Distiller; and Billy Leighton, the Master Blender. Blender’s Dog is the middle entry in the range, and the way Leighton jokingly tells it, in more ...

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