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Early Times Whiskey Review

Early Times Kentucky Whisky

By Richard Thomas Rating: C- One side-effect of the Brown-Forman vs. Diageo clash in Tennessee was the focus it brought to super cheap whiskey brand Early Times. Diageo’s whiskey law proposal included a provision that would have allowed it to make used barrel whiskey and call it “Tennessee whiskey,” and the only product of note on the market that bears ...

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Dry Fly Port Finish Wheat Whiskey Review

Dry Fly 375ml Port Finish Wheat Whiskey

By Jake Emen Rating: B Dry Fly Distilling produces a wide line-up of whiskeys, spearheaded by its award-winning Washington Wheat Whiskey. They also offer a changing crop of specialty, small batch products as well, known as the Dry Fly Creel Collection. One of the latest examples was their Port Finish Wheat Whiskey, taking that highly regarded wheat whiskey off into ...

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Michter’s US 1 Sour Mash Whiskey Review

Michter's US1 South Mash Whiskey

Updated June 5, 2016 By Kurt Mailand Rating: B Last fall I had the pleasure of going to Louisville and spending some quality time talking to people at Michter’s about their releases and their ongoing expansion of facilities in Louisville, including their Master Distiller, Willie Pratt. Since then, I’ve been following up by exploring the Michter’s line, including one of ...

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Whiskonsin Whiskey Mustard Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ Part of the whiskey boom is the way whiskey is finding its way into all sorts of products, and while “Jack Daniels in everything” might dominate your supermarket shelves, the better examples of whiskey in food are more usually found in more niche-oriented shops. One of those better examples comes from Milwaukee Mustard Co. In ...

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La Alazana Distillery Set To Release Whiskey In 2014

By Richard Thomas With whiskey-making spreading around the globe, one of the few places the practice is springing up that should come as no surprise is Argentina. The country is renowned as a land of thick-cut, charcoal-grilled steaks, and whiskey is the best after-steak drink there is. With that in mind, it was only a matter of time before someone ...

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