Angel’s Envy Rye is rye whiskey that’s been distilled in Caribbean rum casks for up to 18 months. The result is a wonderful whiskey that combines the classic spiciness of a rye with the lovely sweetness of a rum, making it a complex spirit that is a true joy to drink. … More Angel’s Envy Rye — Review
If it wasn’t a once-a-year-release, I think this would be my go-to bourbon. A must-have. … More Elijah Craig Barrel Proof — Review
Wow! I guess that’s I’ll I can say at the moment. Wow!
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Old Medley, aged 12 years, is the big brother of Wathen’s Single Barrel bourbon. At the time of writing this, I haven’t tried Wathen’s. But I know I’m going to because Old Medley is outstanding! It’s in my top 3 bourbons. For sure.
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There is a reason why Elmer T. Lee is hyped up as much as it is. It’s that good. … More Elmer T. Lee – Review
It’s one of my favorites. I really like it. If you see a bottle, buy it! … More Stagg Jr. — Review
Old Weller Antique is one of the sweetest smelling bourbons on the market. And believe it or not, I actually like it more than its brothers Weller 12 and Weller Reserve. I think it’s the best of the three.
… More Old Weller Antique 107 — Review
Is I.W. Harper 15 my favorite bourbon? I don’t know. But I know it’s in the running. … More I.W. Harper 15 Year Old Bourbon — Review
Henry McKenna Single Barrel is the next big thing in bourbon. Yup. Remember you heard it here first.
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