Whiskey Reviews

Bird Dog Hot Cinnamon Whiskey Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: C The craze in flavored whiskeys might seem a little strange to Americans, who have enjoyed a period where the concept of a “single malt” was virtually the standard since the repeal of Prohibition. Before that, however, flavored whiskeys were commonplace. So contrary to what a so-called whiskey purist might tell you, a middleman like Bird ...

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Sullivans Cove American Oak Whiskey Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: B With whiskey-making spreading so far and wide that even Taiwan has gotten in on the act, that distilleries are making malt whiskey in Australia ought to surprise no one. Yet Australian whiskey-making is hardly new. Down in Tasmania, some outfits have been in the whiskey distilling business for quite a while, such as Sullivans Cove, ...

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Alibi American Whiskey Review

By Jake Emen Rating: C- Alibi American Whiskey wants to be different from much of the whiskey market available to consumers today. Here’s how they describe themselves: “Alibi is not there to be fussed over, debated or used as a muse for a seminar. It is not about its age or aroma – heritage or flavor notes. Alibi is there ...

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