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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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James E. Pepper 1776 Rye Whiskey Review

By S.D. Peters Rating: A- There’s not much that needs to be said about the Pepper brand nor it’s 3rd Generation heir, Col. James E. Pepper, that the Whiskey Reviewer hasn’t already said – or that can’t be found nicely summarized on the back of this Rye’s bottle. The Pepper brand is currently owned by the Georgetown Trading Company, a ...

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Willett Pot Still Reserve Bourbon Review

Willett Pot Still Reserve

By Jake Emen Rating: A- The Willett Distilling Company, aka, Kentucky Bourbon Distillers, produces over a dozen different bourbons, plus a rye or two mixed in for good measure, spread out over several different brand names. They may be best known in some circles for their Small Batch Boutique Bourbon family, which includes Noah’s Mill, which happens to be one ...

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