Noah's Mill Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed May 10, 2017George Kastanza would love this because it's like draping your mouth in velvet. I think everything that Willet puts out is really good. Noah's Mill has a nice nutter butter flavor that just seems to hangs on. I'm enjoying during a Capitals v Penguins game seven in Bloomington, IN. A great college town. And of course the Capitals are letting down as usual. Too bad, it would be nice to see Ovech get a ring.
Wild Turkey Bourbon 101
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed April 12, 2017If you like the spiciness of a high rye content bourbon with hints of vanilla and butterscotch, this isn't a bad option for a low cost, everyday bourbon. Plus, you can't go wrong with Jimmy Russell.
Green Spot Single Pot Still
Single Pot Still — IrelandReviewed April 12, 2017The influence of the sherry casks is definitely there. Lots of vanilla and butteriness followed by a muted fruity finish. Overall a pretty good Irish whisky.
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed April 12, 2017The flavor is balanced and pleasant. Notes include pepper, vanilla and some orange peel. For me, the vanilla is the dominant flavor, which I like. If you are in search of a smooth, lighter bourbon, with a nice flavor profile, this is a good choice.
Jim Beam Black Label Extra-Aged
Bourbon — Kentucky , USAReviewed March 1, 2017Ok. Not great but not bad. I like it better than regular Jim Beam.
Colkegan Single Malt Whiskey
American Single Malt — New Mexico, USAReviewed February 7, 2017This is a prime example of what I like about the current state of American craft distilling. It is a decidedly New Mexico take on the single malt. The mesquite smoke provides a subtle, slightly different flavor profile that catches one a little off guard. To me it has a good balance and is not too smoky. I keep thinking a hint of white chocolate mixed in with a touch of smoke on the edges. It's a young whiskey and there is a small hint of a "white lightning" rawness. One might want to compare with a Balcones Brimstone which smokes with Texas scrub oak, but I think the end result is quite different. Definitely worth a try if you are up for a curve ball. The bottle I tried is the barrel strength version which has a stronger flavor on the smoke side and a longer finish. A single cube really let's it bloom.
Corn — Texas, USAReviewed December 25, 2016This is a very distinctive whiskey. Being from El Paso, this could easily be a flagship dram for West Texas. Under the nose to the first sip and through the finish, this just walks me through a classic Texas BBQ. Smoked brisket, warm peach cobbler. Roasted corn, and a big pot of beans. It's all in there. You can smell the burning embers of the corn husks. While it may not be for everybody, if you are searching for West Texas in a bottle, this is it. A very well executed, unique whiskey. For those looking for adventure, this is it.
Eagle Rare 10 Year Bourbon
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed December 11, 2016So far I have really liked everything that I have tried from Buffalo Trace. This is no exception and is truly a great bargain. It tastes like it should be priced in the premium range. It is full bodied, with a good depth of flavor, and has a good mouth feel. It has notes of dark chocolate, warm cherries and fall spices.
TINCUP American Whiskey
Other Whiskey — Indiana (bottled in Colorado), USAReviewed December 9, 2016So I bought this today and I have to admit that I was taken in by the whole mountain man, hiking and whiskey marketing thing, but I actually like it quite a bit. The depth is moderate but I really like the flavor when drinking neat. I'm guessing it might get a little thin on the rocks.
Booker's Bourbon Batch 2015-03 "The Center Cut"
Bourbon — Kentucky, USAReviewed September 4, 2016This bourbon is big and bold. Be sure to start with a couple of cubes to tone it down and bring out those nice flavors, which hang on for quite a while with a nice warmness. Especially nice for a cold, damp fall Saturday with a game on.
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