Bearface Wilderness Series Matsutake
Canadian — British Columbia, CanadaReviewed June 19, 2022This is unique. Earthy, sweet, oaky evan bready. It is incredibly hard to explain this whisky. However, I appreciate that it is not just another sweet, buttery Canadian. It has sweetness, but also dusty oaky notes with some clear mushroom notes. If you love mushrooms on your pizza, try this out. So cool.
Johnnie Walker Blenders' Batch Red Rye Finish
Blended — ScotlandReviewed February 26, 2022Enjoy the nose here, and the caramel and toffee is strong on the palate. However, it is a little metalic or industrial and must be young. Not bad, just not great for me.
Highland Journey Blended Malt Scotch Whisky
Blended Malt — ScotlandReviewed November 9, 2021My experience is not as hard as the other reviewer here. I poured this after a particularily poor dram so I was thankful for the lemon, sweet, fruity nose. A little sharp, but welcoming and captured my interest. The palate is coating and malty. However, it is a little bitter and alcohol pronounced. Clearly young, but for the price in my market, this is a descent dram. The finish is short, but the lightly drying, and yet coating memory is pleasant. I would say trying it if a good value in your market.
Blanton's Original Single Barrel
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed October 24, 2021Not sure if this is actually Gold or just the regular Blanton's Bourbon. This is an excellent bourbon. Tastes like cinnamon buns iced with sweet cream cheese icing. I get spicy cinnamon, but then cooked spices and a nice bready note. The finish bring oak and more spice, even cracked pepper. This is an exceptional bourbon. If only it did not cost so much!
Blanton's Special Reserve
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed October 24, 2021Smooth, creamy, and easy drinking. If price was not an object, this could be a regular Bourbon on the shelf. Nicely balanced with Caramel, vanilla, new Oak, and a hint of cinnamon spice, this is easy to pour and enjoy. The only challenge keeping this from being an excellent release is the crazy price asked for such a soft and mellow dram.
Ardbeg Wee Beastie
Peated Single Malt — Islay, ScotlandReviewed June 11, 2021This is a tasty scotch. Great peat, spice, and oak. Young, but that lends itselft to the the fun experience. The sherry is a great addition to the creosote of Ardbeg. A great dram! I actually enjoy the 10 year better, but I can see how this excites so many!
Century Reserve 21 Year Canadian Whisky
Canadian — Alberta, CanadaReviewed June 11, 2021Heavy with vanillla and caramel this is an interesting dram. For 21 years, i am surprised by some of the spice in this dram. Likely 100% corn and aged in ex-bourbon this has a little more oak and spice than some older Canadian's, but it is sweet and buttery and worth trying.
Larceny Small Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed May 8, 2021Toffee, caramel, light clove, brown sugar with a balance of oak. I find that it has good presence in the mouth and the overall impression I have is a buttered cinnamon bun. Really nice.
Single Malt — Islay, ScotlandReviewed May 8, 2021At the beginning of the bottle I was enjoying the dried or leathery fruits, bit of caramel, almonds, and some pepper spice. Now, I really get more oil and salt. Almost a seaweed or fish saltiness. Interesting. I wonder how the bottle will finish. This is good. I prefer the 12, but this is very good.
Monkey Shoulder Blended Malt
Blended Malt — Speyside, ScotlandReviewed May 8, 2021Easy to enjoy and certainly drinkable. I would compare this to any good entrance single malt. It is full of ochard fruits, a bit of malt creamyness, and light oak. Perhaps a bit too sweet, but only in the mouth not in the finish, which helps.
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