We review Vikre Sugarbush Whiskey, a Minnesota craft whiskey aged in ex-port barrels and finished in ex-bourbon barrels previously used to age maple syrup.
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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.
Tannins give whiskey color, flavor, and maturity, but sometimes they make your mouth feel all dried out. What’s up with that?
We review 1792 High Rye Bourbon, the latest in the special releases under Sazerac’s 1792 whiskey label.
We review the Alexander Murray Islay 23-Year-Old from an independent bottler. It’s not a bad whiskey, but if you’re looking for something emblematic of Islay, this isn’t it.
Water makes up most of your whiskey, and where it comes from matters. Here’s what to know about limestone, pH, and the only distillery we know of that gets its water from melted icebergs.
We review St. George Single Malt Lot 16, the 2016 version of the beloved single malt release from one of the United States’ oldest craft distilleries.
We review the Michter’s Celebration Sour Mash 2016 Whiskey, a blend of older bourbon and rye whiskeys that comes with a whopper of a price tag at around $5,000 a bottle.
December 5th is the 83rd anniversary of Repeal Day, the day national Prohibition officially ended. Here’s how it happened, plus a couple of cocktails to raise in celebration.