Black Dirt 4 Year Single Barrel Bourbon
Bourbon — Warwick, New York, USAReviewed March 1, 2020 (edited June 27, 2022)Smooth with the classic tastes of caramel and vanilla. Yet has a lingering spice/Ginger flavor that makes it unique. Lovely sipper when you want something recognizable yet a little different from the normal Kentucky fare.
Larceny Small Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed February 27, 2020 (edited March 29, 2020)Oak and smooth. The main attraction here is having a sweet smooth finish. Biggest downside is quick finish.
Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey (Discontinued)
American Single Malt — Colorado, USAReviewed February 3, 2020Tough strong nose. But mellow flavor with mild sweetness and vanilla. Fades quickly but not unpleasantly.12.0 USD per PourDenver International Airport
Leopold Bros. 4 Year Straight Bourbon
Bourbon — Colorado, USAReviewed February 1, 2020 (edited April 12, 2021)Classic bourbon nose. Tastes of grain and a little sour. Fine for drinking or old fashioneds
Leopold Bros. Maryland-Style Rye
Rye — Colorado, USAReviewed February 1, 2020Very subtle complex nose: Fruit and grain with pancake. The sip is soft and grainy with almost no spice commonly associated with rye. It expands slightly with a fruity warmth that lingers at the end.
Leopold Bros. Aperitivo
Bitter Liqueurs — Colorado, USAReviewed February 1, 2020Use it instead of campari. Good and a little spicier and more bitter than campari.
Leopold's American Small Batch Gin
Distilled Gin — Colorado, USAReviewed February 1, 2020Fantastic nose with fruit and herbs and pine. Body is moldy fruity with a quick alcohol heavy end.1.0 USD per PourDenver
Eagle Rare 10 Year Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed January 30, 2020Tasty. Very fruity nose. lite smoke and vanilla on the tongue. Flavor lingers with sweetness and butterscotch.
Peated Single Malt — Islay, ScotlandReviewed January 2, 2020Nose is peaty and earthy with a hint of salty ocean. Taste turns from sweet to peat with smoke building the whole time. When you think it's finished it comes back to brown sugar sweetness. Truly remarkable.
Connemara Original Peated Single Malt
Peated Single Malt — IrelandReviewed December 29, 2019 (edited February 13, 2020)Light smoke and ethanol on the nose. Sipping is much like smelling. Faint peat fades quickly to honey. Soothing like many Irish whiskies. Overall fine for something light but nothing amazing.