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 Johnnie Walker The Royal Route, a travel retail exclusive blended Scotch that commemorates a journey from Turkey to Pakistan.
We review AD Laws Secale Straight Rye Whiskey, a 95% rye whiskey made from Colorado-grown grains and distilled in Denver.
We review Saint Paul Rye Bourbon, a high-rye bourbon from Panther Distillery in Osakis, Minnesota.
We pair three different bourbons with the Arturo Fuente Añejo Shark, one of the most sought-after special releases in the cigar world.
We review Legacy Small Batch Canadian Whisky, an affordable release from Sazerac that might serve as a good introduction to Canadian whisky.
It’s hard to truly go wrong when pairing whiskey and chocolate, but with a little planning, you can go so, so right.
We review Noah’s Mill Bourbon, a blistering 114.3 proof bourbon that’s sourced by Willett in Kentucky.
Interested in learning more about Canadian whisky? Davin De Kergommeaux’s 2012 book, Canadian Whisky: The Portable Expert, is a great place to start.
We review Jefferson’s Reserve Old Rum Cask Finish, an eight-year-old Kentucky bourbon finished in a rum cask for 15 months.