Tag: Kentucky Straight Bourbon

Chicken Cock Kentucky Straight Bourbon Review

About – “Distilled, aged, and bottled in Kentucky, Chicken Cock Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey has a rich, elegant mahogany hue; a nose which balances oak tones with sweet notes of dried fruit, caramel, and vanilla; and a palate that opens with soft tannins. A… Continue Reading “Chicken Cock Kentucky Straight Bourbon Review”

Elijah Craig Toasted Barrel Review

About – “In 1789, Elijah Craig discovered greatness when he first charred oak barrels to make Bourbon. Today, we honor his innovative spirit with Toasted Barrel: a unique expression that is charred to start and toasted to finish. This expression takes our award-winning Small… Continue Reading “Elijah Craig Toasted Barrel Review”

Old Bardstown Estate Bottled Review

About – As I mention in my review for Old Bardstown Bottled in Bond, the history of the Old Bardstown label is difficult to trace. What we can say for sure is that this bourbon is distilled and aged by Willett and is at… Continue Reading “Old Bardstown Estate Bottled Review”

New Riff Backsetter Bourbon Review

About – “The New Riff Backsetter® series offers profound evidence for the impact of the sour mash process on whiskey flavor. We are firmly committed to the production of sour mash whiskeys, according to Kentucky tradition; yet we are also committed to creating a… Continue Reading “New Riff Backsetter Bourbon Review”

Evan Williams Black Label Review

About – “Named after Evan Williams, who opened Kentucky’s First Distillery along the banks of the Ohio River in 1783, it’s aged far longer than required by law. The result is a Bourbon that’s smooth, rich, and easy to enjoy.” Evan Williams Black Label… Continue Reading “Evan Williams Black Label Review”

Pinhook Bohemian Bourbon High Proof Review

About – “The first bourbon in half a century to be distilled, aged and bottled at the legendary Old Taylor Distillery (now Castle & Key) and Pinhook’s inaugural bourbon crafted from its custom Kentucky distillate. This limited expression of 100 barrels, aged more than… Continue Reading “Pinhook Bohemian Bourbon High Proof Review”

What does the sale to Sazerac mean for the Early Times Brand?

Early Times is a brand that can be dated all the way back to 1860. Just stop and think about that. In 1860 Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, and South Carolina seceded from the union and formed the Confederate States of America. So… Continue Reading “What does the sale to Sazerac mean for the Early Times Brand?”

Daviess County French Oak Finish Review

About – “With a heritage dating back to 1874, Daviess County Distilling Company was one of the first great bourbon distilleries of Kentucky. It also paved the way for more than a dozen other distilleries that opened in Daviess County pre-Prohibition. Now, in honor… Continue Reading “Daviess County French Oak Finish Review”

Daviess County Cabernet Sauvignon Finish Review

About – “With a heritage dating back to 1874, Daviess County Distilling Company was one of the first great bourbon distilleries of Kentucky. It also paved the way for more than a dozen other distilleries that opened in Daviess County pre-Prohibition. Now, in honor… Continue Reading “Daviess County Cabernet Sauvignon Finish Review”