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G. Rozelieures Fume Collection Review

G. Rozelieures Fume Collection Review

G. Rozelieures Fume Collection is a peated French Single Malt that hails from the Grallet-Dupic distillery which resides in the village Rozelieures in Lorraine, France. The whiskey is 2x distilled and aged in 3 different locations on their property. Some of the barrels are stored in a high-up attic-like area, a vaulted cellar and a… Continue!

Pro$hibition Macvin Single Cask Review

Pro$hibition Macvin Single Cask Review

The Macvin Single Cask is my favorite of the Pro$hibition Single Malt whiskies. It’s warm, rich, spicy, sweet, earthy, elegant and a whole other bag of adjectives that I could use to describe it. Like the other two it’s a great example of French whisky done right and just like the Vin de Paille and… Continue!

Pro$hibition Vin Jaune Single Cask Review

Pro$hibition Vin Jaune Single Cask Review

Another French whisky? Yup and this one is even better than the last. The Pro$hibition Vin Jaune is, in my humble opinion, a step up from the already stellar Pro$hibition Vin de Paille and that’s no easy feat. The Vin Jaune is called such because it’s aged in ex-Vin Jaune barrels which hail from the… Continue!

Brenne – French Single Malt Whisky Review

Brenne – French Single Malt Whisky Review

Brenne is a cognac barrel finished single malt from France that bills itself as “a new taste profile to the Single Malt category”. On the website the creator goes on talk about how Brenne “embodies the terroir and style of the region in which it is produced: Cognac, France” and how they’re “not trying to be… Continue!

Bastille French Whisky Review

Bastille French Whisky Review

  When I first saw this bottle sitting in one of my local bottle shops I got really excited. It’s new, it’s exciting AND it’s French. My mind was reeling with the possibilities of what amazing, finely crafted flavors I was in store for. What taste was the Limosin oak going to lend to the… Continue!

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