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Wyoming Whiskey Single Barrel Review

Wyoming Whiskey Single Barrel Review

Wyoming Whiskey Single Barrel is the single barrel version of the Wyoming Whiskey. That’s simple enough right? If you’re a regular reader then everything I’m about to tell you won’t be a big surprise so feel free to jump down to the Wyoming Whiskey Single Barrel review below. If you’re a new reader, or new…

Tobermory 33 Years Review

Tobermory 33 Years Review

Typically when Tobermory releases a peated dram it comes out under their Ledaig label which made this Tobermory 33, a heavily peated and heavily sherried whisky, a major surprise when it was unveiled at a LAWS tasting. We tasted this along with a list of other amazing whiskies that night with everything being poured blind and the reveal…

George Dickel 17 Review

George Dickel 17 Review

I love George Dickel. It’s no secret I’m a big fan of the awesome whiskey they put out so when the good folks at GD asked me if I’d like to try the new George Dickel 17 Years I was elated. It’s the oldest whiskey that’s ever been released by the distillery and brings out…

Gordon & Macphail Mortlach 15 Years Review

Gordon & Macphail Mortlach 15 Years Review

Gordon & Macphail Mortlach 15 Years comes to us from a distillery that supplies one of the core whiskies for Johnnie Walker… Mortlach. Built in 1823, Mortlach has been a major part of blended whisky for a long time and like most Scottish distilleries has been closed, re-opened and sold multiple times throughout its history….

Bruichladdich Port Charlotte PC6 Review

Bruichladdich Port Charlotte PC6 Review

Bruichladdich Port Charlotte PC6 Cuairt-Beatha is a big peaty monster of a whisky whose name translates to The Walk Of Life. This 123.2 proof 40PPM bruiser is only 6 years old and was part of a limited 18,000 bottle release by Bruichladdich. If you’re not familiar with the Port Charlotte releases, the number denotes their age….

Springbank 15 Years Review

Springbank 15 Years Review

Like many single malt lovers I’m a big fan of the Springbank distillery and the Springbank 15 is one of the reasons I’m such a big fan. Located in the Campbeltown region of Scotland, Springbank is one of the last remaining distilleries in a region that used to have over 30 distilleries and was once…

Glenglassaugh 45 years Review

Glenglassaugh 45 years Review

Glenglassaugh 45 years, obviously, comes from the Glenglassaugh distillery located in the Speyside region of Scotland which is owned by the Benriach Distillery Company. Glenglassaugh is one of the smaller distilleries in Scotland with only 1 wash and 1 spirit still to their name, but despite this fact they’re still able to produce over 1.1…

Templeton Rye 6 Years – A Press Release Without Integrity

Templeton Rye 6 Years – A Press Release Without Integrity

Templeton Rye 6 Years is Bullshit. Well, the actual age of the whiskey probably isn’t, but the press release for the Templeton Rye 6 Years definitely is. It’s as if asshats at Templeton didn’t learn anything from their $2,500,000 lawsuit because they’re once again telling the same old made-up story. If you’ve been following the blog for a…

Cedar Ridge Single Malt Whiskey Review

Cedar Ridge Single Malt Whiskey Review

Cedar Ridge Single Malt Whiskey is an interesting whiskey coming out of the Cedar Ridge, Iowa. They primarily use malted 2 row barley, but have also been known to use other types of maltier barley like chocolate malt and biscuit malt. Though unique grains aren’t the only thing they play with. They also use a…

Tom’s Foolery Bonded Bourbon Review

Tom’s Foolery Bonded Bourbon Review

  Tom’s Foolery Bonded Bourbon is among the first craft distilleries to be able to put out a product that can carry the Bottled-In-Bond (Bonded) title. The only other craft distillery currently releasing one is Laws Whiskey House, but according to a TTB filing the Kings County distillery plans to join them sometime soon. Rock…