Tag Archives: Bourbon

New Parker’s Heritage To Be A Single Barrel Bourbon

Heaven Hill Distillery announced today the 2017 limited edition release of Parker’s Heritage Collection – an 11-year-old, Single Barrel Bourbon. The eleventh edition will be shipping into select markets across the country beginning in September. The 2017 edition showcases what Parker felt was one of his greatest achievements throughout his more than 50 years of distilling experience – the introduction ...

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Think A Euro Tax On Bourbon Would Be A Good Thing? Guess Again.

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By Richard Thomas Response to the news that the European Union might retaliate against Donald Trump’s populist proposal to impose protectionist tariffs on steel imports with duties on American bourbon has come in two flavors: critics of Trump singing a chorus of “there he goes again;” and those who somehow think higher prices in Europe would be a good thing ...

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Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel Bourbon Review

Russell's Single Barrel Reserve Bourbon

By April Manning Rating: A- Wild Turkey’s master distiller “emeritus,” Jimmy Russell, is known as the “Buddha of Bourbon” and has been an ambassador for bourbon for over 60 years. Along the way he has upheld a tradition dating to before Prohibition, never dithering on matters of quality and maintaining the Wild Turkey motto: “Wild Turkey. Not the latest thing. ...

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James Pepper Distillery Gets Historic License, Set To Open In Fall

The James Pepper Distilling Co., bottler of the James E. Pepper ‘1776’ whiskey brand, is pleased to announce that it has received and revived its Federal distillery permit for the historic distillery currently being rebuilt in Lexington, Kentucky: DSP-KY-5, the 5th Distilled Spirits Plant license ever issued in the state of Kentucky. Nowadays, newly assigned DSP numbers are sequenced in ...

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