We review Jefferson’s Ocean: Aged at Sea Bourbon, batch 14, as we explore if the aging at sea process actually has an impact on this whiskey’s flavors.
We review the first two bourbons of Campari’s new Whiskey Barons Collection, which aims to resurrect old whiskey labels for a newer drinking generation.
We review Willett Pot Still Reserve Bourbon, noted not just for the bourbon inside, but also for its very distinctive pot still shaped bottle.
We review Jim Beam American Stillhouse Bourbon, a Jim Beam distillery visitor center only release we find to be worth just getting one bottle of should you find yourself in Kentucky.
We review Yellowstone 2016 Limited Edition Bourbon, a sourced higher end bourbon that was finished in toasted wine barrels.
We review Canadian Club 100% Rye Whisky, a non-age statement release containing just rye whisky blended from aged spirit in three different types of barrels.
We review Hancock’s President’s Reserve single barrel bourbon, one of Buffalo Trace’s lesser known offerings but also one that’s worth it if at the right price point.
We review Noah’s Mill Bourbon, a blistering 114.3 proof bourbon that’s sourced by Willett in Kentucky.
Wild Turkey goes way beyond Wild Turkey 101 in terms of its offerings. We review a mix of the Wild Turkey higher end bottlings currently on the market.
We review Rock Hill Farms Single Barrel Bourbon, a well done whiskey which usually plays second fiddle to its more popular cousins, Blanton’s and Elmer T. Lee.