The Old Forester Signature 100 Proof Bourbon is a higher octane version of the regular Old Forester we do a review on.
There is only one Wild Turkey 101 bourbon, a surprisingly solid whiskey for its price point. We review it here.
Our Bourbon country editor takes a look at the question of whether older bourbon is really better.
The new Black Button Bespoke Bourbon Cream is a whiskey cream liqueur from a New York craft distillery is a “farm fresh” offering.
The Kentucky bourbon industry, recognizing the value in honoring its history, is working in a large way to preserve its architectural heritage.
The Diageo Orphan Barrel Rhetoric bourbon, now 21 years old, is a planned progressive aging whiskey release project over the next several years.
In this review we scope out Diageo’s non age statement Blade and Bow bourbon, checking out if it is worthy of the Stitzel-Weller tie-in.
New York craft whiskey is in part getting a boost in success due to favorable local government policies.
In part two of his guest post, Journeyman Distillery’s Nick Yoder digs deeper into the sometimes controversial issue of whiskey age statements.
Join us as we explore the finer points of pairing great Kentucky bourbon & cured country ham, Bluegrass State style.