We continue our exploration of Van Winkle bourbons as we review the Van Winkle Special Reserve 12 Year Old, the oddest of all of them.
We review the first of the five Van Winkle bourbons, Old Rip Van Winkle 10 Year Old. It’s Van Winkle’s youngest, and highest proof, offering.
We review Yellow Rose Straight Rye, a 95% rye whiskey which is sourced and then bottled in Texas by a young distillery.
We review Kilchoman Loch Gorm, an ex-Oloroso sherry cask aged Scotch from Islay’s youngest distillery, Kilchoman.
Cadée Bourbon, the focus of this review, heralds from a distillery out of Washington State and started as sourced distillate before being aged on site.
We review High West 14 Year Old Light Whiskey, a distillery only release helping to educate consumers about a rare whiskey category.
We review Bulleit Bourbon Barrel Strength, a new high octane version of Bulleit’s popular bourbon which clocks in at up to 125 proof!
We review Highland Park 30 Year Old, a magnificent Scotch single malt whisky from the northernmost distillery in Scotland.
We review Middle West OYO Oloroso Wheat, a 100% wheat whiskey aged in new oak barrels for several years before resting up to 18 months in ex-sherry casks.
Ever had blue corn bourbon or whiskey? Even know what that is compared to regular corn? We explain, and review, whiskies showcasing corn from the dark side.