Four Roses 2019 Limited Ed Small Batch: The Best One Yet?

Four Roses 2019 Limited Ed Small Batch: The Best One Yet?

Every September, in commemoration of National Bourbon Month, the Four Roses Distillery in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, releases a limited edition, small batch bourbon. The expression is a special release, and is not part of the distillery’s core range. When the supply runs...
George Dickel (No. 12) Tennessee Whisky

George Dickel (No. 12) Tennessee Whisky

The George Dickel brand is best known as the “other” Tennessee Whiskey. Without going into the whole thing here, I’ll summarize by saying Tennessee Whiskey is straight bourbon whiskey (but don’t call it bourbon) that has been filtered through some quantity of...
Fred Noe Jim Beam Legend Creating Cross-Cultural Whiskey

Fred Noe Jim Beam Legend Creating Cross-Cultural Whiskey

Just off the release of his new Legent bourbon, Noe is thinking cross-culturally. He created the whiskey with Shinji Fukuyo, chief blender of parent company Suntory, combining Japanese blending techniques with a Kentucky straight bourbon mashbill and tradition. They...
Redbreast Dream Cask Sherry Cask Aged Whiskey

Redbreast Dream Cask Sherry Cask Aged Whiskey

  Redbreast Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey is a beloved brand by those who really love the Irish whiskey category. For those who are extreme fans there’s The Birdhouse, an online, private members’ club that gives its members access to insider Redbreast benefits....
Whiskey Glass Can Upgrade Your Dram

Whiskey Glass Can Upgrade Your Dram

Whether it’s Scotch whisky, Irish whiskey, or good old Kentucky bourbon, whiskey drinkers spend a lot of time and money on finding the perfect dram to drink. But how often do we give serious thought to what we’re drinking it out of? While whiskey is typically served...