Wheated Bourbon Alternatives to Pappy

Wheated Bourbon Alternatives to Pappy

Cult whiskey Pappy Van Winkle still retains its appeal for bourbon fans, even those who realize that its exorbitant price and scarcity might mean that it’s not really worth the time and expense required to secure a taste. Yes, Pappy is a very good whiskey, especially...

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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...

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Booker’s Bourbon Shiny Barrel Batch Review

Booker’s Bourbon Shiny Barrel Batch Review

Booker’s Bourbon 2019-02 “Shiny Barrel Batch” Review: Details and Tasting Notes In Jim Beam’s Words: Back in the day, some of the distillery’s rackhouse workers would carry around “mules” – pieces of plastic tubing they carried in the front of their overalls – and use...

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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....

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Davidson Reserve Is A True Tennessee Whiskey

Davidson Reserve Is A True Tennessee Whiskey

Tennessee whiskey, as we’ve written about in the recent past, has its own special thing when it comes down to what makes it different from traditional bourbon, namely the charcoal filtering step known as the Lincoln County Process. It is something particularly...

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The Best Underrated Bourbons You Need to Seek Out

The Best Underrated Bourbons You Need to Seek Out

The bourbon aisle can seem a bit daunting. The sought-after bottles come and go before you even get an inkling they were there. The big brands are constantly expanding their portfolio with new expressions and packaging while virgin labels (some good, some…not so much)...

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