Mount Gay Eclipse Rum
Gold Rum — BarbadosReviewed April 30, 2023Fruity and oaky. Not sure its exactly sipping rum but it would do the job. Mixed into pineapple juice, it’s pretty tasty. A good solid addition to your bar.24.0 USD per Bottle
Knappogue Castle 12 Year Bourbon Cask Matured
Single Malt — IrelandReviewed April 14, 2023The nose is like honey on shortbread with a whiff of green apple. Taste is really similar, but more vanilla. This could easily pass as a bourbon casked Speyside scotch. Reminds me a lot of Glenlivet 12 but about $12 cheaper.40.0 USD per Bottle
Kilbeggan Blended Irish Whiskey
Blended — IrelandReviewed March 24, 2023I consider myself a Tullamore Dew man but damn if Kilbeggan doesn’t bring it. This is $20-$25 depending on sales in Oregon which makes it a budget whisky. But it’s quality stuff. Right down the home plate of Irish blends, it’s not reinventing the category (although Kilbeggan does have some offerings that are off the Irish path) but it’s just a good product at a good price. Cant argue with that!20.0 USD per Bottle
Dalwhinnie 15 Year
Peated Single Malt — Highlands, ScotlandReviewed March 24, 2023 (edited June 25, 2023)Definitely honey and malt but I also get a distinct lemon zest on the nose and palate. No peat though. Very pleasant and delicious highland malt.
Glen Moray Elgin Classic Cabernet Cask Finish
Single Malt — Speyside, ScotlandReviewed February 19, 2023The wine finish comes through on this one. Dry but also a bit sweet. *from the 4 pak of tasters.
Glen Moray Elgin Classic Sherry Cask Finish
Single Malt — Speyside, ScotlandReviewed February 19, 2023Much sweeter than I expected, very fruity. ‘ *from the 4 pak of tasters.
Glen Moray Elgin Classic Port Cask Finish
Single Malt — Speyside, ScotlandReviewed February 17, 2023A bit sweeter than the straight up bourbon casked Elgin Classic. Some lite notes of milk chocolate and muddled fruits. *from the 4-pak of minis*
Glen Moray Elgin Classic
Single Malt — Speyside, ScotlandReviewed February 17, 2023Straight up the middle bourbon casked Speyside malt butterscotch, orchard fruit, vanilla, some oak spice. Really nice scotch. *from the 4-pak of minis*
Hell-Cat Maggie Irish Whiskey
Single Pot Still — (bottled in USA), IrelandReviewed February 1, 2023On the nose it comes off smelling like a bourbon casked Speyside scotch with the light orchard fruit and honey notes. But on the palette, its all Irish blend. Butter biscuits, a bit of light jam, some spiky parts. For the money, it’s a solid pick as a budget irish.20.0 USD per Bottle
Benchmark No. 8 Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed January 28, 2023 (edited April 21, 2023)Not bad for $14. A bit thin but at 80 pf that’s to be expected. Basically tastes like honey roasted peanuts. A good budget pour.14.0 USD per Bottle