Troy and Sons Platinum is the un-aged, new make, version of the Troy and Sons Oak Reserve. It’s the “moonshine” that gets put into used oak barrels to mellow and mature into the aged product. Obviously, tasting it next to that aged product is incredibly interesting because they have such different characteristics. Made from the exact… Continue!
Another white whiskey ‘eh? Well at least they keep with tradition and give the Dickel 1 a good ole fashioned chill and charcoal filtering. Which, if you compare that to some of the other white whiskey out there, does seem to help quite a bit with the harsh unfinished texture that often comes with them.… Continue!
Jim Beam Jacob’s Ghost is a lightly aged whiskey that, while I can’t say is my favorite sipping whiskey, is definitely better than I thought it would be. One of the most significant differences between the Ghost and other white whiskey is that this one spent 1 year getting cozy with a barrel compared to… Continue!