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Chicken Cock 8 Year Old Bourbon Review

Chicken Cock 8 Year Old Bourbon

Updated December 1, 2017 By Richard Thomas Rating: B Chicken Cock is one of the oldest brand names in Bourbon history, established before the Civil War in the county seat of none other than Bourbon County itself, Paris. Nowadays, only Hartfield and Co. hang their hat there and Chicken Cock is a sourced brand, relaunched in 2013 and owned by ...

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New Zealand Whisky Co. Oamaruvian Review

The Oamaruvian

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ New Zealand Whisky Company is unique among independent bottlers because it exists in a country with no active distilleries, and their stock in trade is whisky made by a single distillery, Willowbank, that was shuttered in 1997. The Oamaruvian story starts with Dunedin DoubleWood, which in turn began with 200 ex-Bourbon barrels of grain whisky. ...

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Puni Sole Italian Whisky Review

Puni Sole Single Malt

By Emma Briones Rating: B Every day there are more and more distilleries joining the worldwide whisky industry. Most of them have learned from the Scottish distilleries, and in Italy the Puni Distillery is one of them. Born in 2010 in the Italian Alps, the distillery has already produced three whiskies, two regular and one limited edition. Now Puni Sole ...

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Clyde May 9 Year Old Cask Strength Alabama Whiskey

Clyde May 9 Year Old Alabama Whiskey

By Richard Thomas Rating: B Clyde May’s Alabama Whiskey is a sourced-and-bottled brand released by Conecuh Ridge Distillery, and has a lengthy backstory full of twists and turns. That tale begins with the very real Clyde May, a very real and very prolific post-war era Alabama moonshiner. His fame is pegged both to his consistent, long-term productivity and the quality ...

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