Basil Hayden leaves me wanting. At 80 proof, it’s too light for someone who’s grown a fondness for serious, cask-strength bourbon. But it’s lack of strength, potency may be an asset. … More Basil Hayden — Review
Barterhouse Bourbon, hmm, what to make of it. Well, let’s start with the obvious, at $100-plus it’s woefully overpriced. … More Barterhouse Bourbon — Review
When I think of Yellowstone Limited Edition Kentucky Straight Bourbon, that’s what comes to mind. See, at $100-plus per bottle, it has all the appearance of a money grab.
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1792 is not hard to find. I think everyone is carrying it nowadays, which is good, especially if you want a break from the other ubiquitous brands: Woodford, Bulleit, Beam, Maker’s, Buffalo Trace, etc.
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Need an average rye whiskey to make cocktails or serve to friends? Bulleit Rye is your answer.
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Woodford Reserve is the Buick of bourbons. Like the venerable and ubiquitous automobile, Woodford aims to be classy and stylish — yet affordable.
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The best thing about Willett Pot Still Reserve is the bottle it comes in (it’s actually won awards, see below). It’s pretty impressive.
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