Sazerac 18 Year Old Rye Whiskey Review (2013)

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ In some ways, Sazerac is really more of the key brand name coming out of Buffalo Trace Distillery than their own namesake small batch bourbon, as Louisiana’s Sazerac is Buffalo Trace’s parent company. Given that, it shouldn’t be surprising that the bedrock Sazerac 6 Year Old is supported by an entry in Buffalo Trace’s Antique ...

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Eagle Rare 17 Year Old Bourbon Review (2013)

Eagle Rare 17 Year Old

By Richard Thomas Rating: B The Eagle Rare name has a storied history for what is a relatively modern invention. The brand started out as a high-proof straight bourbon in the mid-1970s, so while Eagle Rare is a relatively recent invention, it still predates the modern premium bourbon era that started a decade later. The brand was purchased by Sazerac ...

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LBL 1950s Moonshine Review

By S.D. Peters Rating: B+ There’s a certain predictability about white whiskeys that’s comforting. For those who enjoy getting it together in the country every once and a while, the pure grain flavor of most white whiskeys won’t disappoint, and a few may even surprise. Take LBL Moonshine, for example. This 100% unaged corn whiskey from the Silver Trail Distillery ...

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