Old Dominick Huling Station Blend of Straight Whiskeys Review

About – “We took the sweet softness of our Huling Station Straight Wheat Whiskey, and blended it with the bold warmth and complexity of our Huling Station Straight Bourbon to create something unique.” This 50/50 blend of high rye bourbon and wheat whiskey is…

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Sagamore Spirit Double Oak Rye Review

About – “After aging our award-winning spirit for four years, we place it into a second oak barrel — and wait. The new toasted staves reenergize the aging process, creating flavors full of caramel and dark vanilla and colors that radiate amber and warm…

The Clover Single Barrel Straight Bourbon Whiskey Review

About – The Clover is part of a larger collection of whiskeys named the Bobby Jones Clover Collection. Up until recently The Clover had only been available at select golf resorts around the U.S., but is now being released slowly into retail stores. The…

Most Anticipated Bourbon Releases of 2020

2019 is in the books and the bourbon boom is showing no signs of stopping. Some of the most surprising releases last year were George Dickel BIB and Old Forester Rye. Not only were these great bourbons, but they were released at very affordable…

Remus Repeal Reserve Series II Review

About – Produced by MGP of Indiana Remus Repeal Reserve is limited annual release that is an extension of their George Remus line, named after the prohibition era bourbon distiller. As the name implies this is the second release in the series and is…

Why Leaving the Bourbon Secondary Market Increased my Bourbon Satisfaction

If you have the money to spend, the bourbon secondary market can be a fantastic and magical place. All the bottles you have been unsuccessfully searching for are now at your fingertips. After first joining the market I was having a blast grabbing bottles…

James E. Pepper 1776 Bourbon (6 Year Old) Review

About – James E. Pepper is one of many historic bourbon brands that has been purchased and relaunched during the recent surge in bourbon popularity. The 1776 label dates back to the civil war and was even a favorite of Ulysses S. Grant as…