Jim Beam Legent

Thanks to my buddy for pouring me a dram of his bottle. So awhile ago I was out in Alberta. Just hanging out, visiting friends, enjoying rural Canada in all it’s beautiful glory. One thing that popped up while in Calgary (not rural Canada, had to come in from the massive farms and beautiful landscapes […]

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Four Roses 2013 Limited Edition – Small Batch 125 Anniversary Edition [Re-Review]

Thanks to /u/devoz for pouring a sample for me. A few years ago one of those “odd” moments happened with Bourbon. Four Roses 2013 Limited Edition – Small Batch 125 Anniversary Edition, a special edition from a large company, was released in large enough quantities that most could have it. It wasn’t NAS, it wasn’t watered down, […]

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Colonel E.H. Taylor 4 Grain

Thanks to /u/devoz for this sample Elephants. They linger around the room. And the annoying thing is, as with elephants in small rooms, they come up. Someone mentions it. There’s a trunk that slaps you because it’s in musth. What am I blathering on about? A certain Bible that’s for whisky. Written by a cat eyed person […]

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Heaven Hill 9 North Star

Every so often, I’m reminded of my most popular review on /r/bourbon. Wait… no, it wasn’t. Looking back it mostly just the one that, 2 year ago, did alright and had people talking. What am I blathering on about, you may ask? A Heaven Hill that was in Scotland released from Cadenheads. I declared it my […]

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Woodford Reserve Malt

Thanks to /u/devoz for this sample Woodford Reserve Malt is the fourth addition to the Woodford Reserve lineup. The idea? A malt whiskey, because that’s something some US distillers are doing. And while Woodford is part of Brown-Foreman, and while they are a large company, I do find they are left to be kinda nerdy with their releases. […]

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Yellowstone Select

Thanks to @scotchguy.to for sharing a dram of this with me. Yellowstone Select is the flagship whiskey from Limestone Branch Distillery, a distillery established in Lebanon, Kentucky by Steve and Paul Beam. The distillery comes from the brothers who can link their families back to major Kentucky distillers, as you may have guessed based on their names. So […]

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