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Barrell Bourbon Batch 005 Bourbon Review

Barrell Bourbon Batch 005

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ Joe Beatrice’s Barrell Bourbon are fast building a reputation as the bottlers you go to if you want to find something strong and a little offbeat from the stocks of the Kentucky and Tennessee “Majors” (i.e. big distilleries). The new Batch 005 is a case in point. Thus far, most of Barrell Bourbon’s batches were ...

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Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection 1838 Style White Corn Bourbon Review

Woodford Reserve 1838 White Corn Bourbon

By Richard Thomas Rating: B For a long time Woodford Reserve was the newest brand name and major distillery in Kentucky bourbon, and this was because when the Labrot & Graham Distillery was brought back to life in the mid-1990s it became the first major American distillery revival of modern times. It was only when Michter’s, a mid-sized company rather ...

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Garrison Brothers Single Barrel Bourbon Review

Garrison Brothers Single Barrel Bourbon

By Father John Rayls Rating: A- Garrison Brothers Distillery, claimant as the first legal whiskey distillery in Texas, is found in the heart of the Texas Hill County. That puts it north of San Antonio, east of Luckenbach (yes… that Luckenbach) and west of Austin, near Johnson City (as in Lyndon B Johnson). It is a small craft distillery in ...

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Single Cask Nation Arran 13 Year Old Sherry Cask Scotch Review

Single Cask Nation Arran 13 YO

By Kurt Maitland Rating: B+ To quote their website “The Jewish Whisky Company [owners of Single Cask Nation] is faithfully dedicated to independently bottling the world’s finest and rarest single cask whiskies for the diverse members of Single Cask Nation.” The Jewish Whisky Company also host the Whisky Jewbilee, currently held in NYC, Chicago and Seattle and one of the ...

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Four Roses Small Batch Limited Edition Bourbon Review (2015)

Four Roses Small Batch Limited Edition 2015

By Kurt Maitland Rating: A The Four Roses that you currently enjoy owes much to one man: Jim Rutledge, the Master Distiller who retired last week. Noting some important dates will help you to understand why: In 1992, Jim asked to return home to Kentucky to help with the Four Roses brand (then owned by Seagram). Seagram had taken the ...

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