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Recently, a friend of mine asked me for a whiskey recommendation via Facebook tagging. I tried to limit my enthusiasm and my passion for the education of whiskey to a small, approachable response that aimed to empower decision making and free thinking or to at least encourage brand exploration. 525 more words

Bartender

SIPS: Two Dazzling Whiskeys from (NOT Your Grandpa's) Four Roses

FOUR ROSES SINGLE BARREL KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY

Producer:  Four Roses Distillery LLC    Location:  Lawrenceburg, KY

Age:  Blended    Barrel(s):  American oak

ABV:  50%

FOUR ROSES SMALL BATCH KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY… 733 more words

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Alcohol Professor: My Mabon Feast

My latest Frolic Afield over on Alcohol Professor is an account of my September 23rd Mabon Feast. Of course, one celebrates Mabon with offerings from one’s bountiful harvest of grains, including barley, rye, and corn. 38 more words

Frolics Afield

Four Roses Named 2015 American Whisky Distiller of the Year

For the fourth time in five years, Four Roses Distillery was named “Whisky Distiller of the Year – America” by Whisky Magazine.

The 2015 American Whisky Distiller of the Year award was presented to Four Roses earlier this week during Whisky Magazine’s “Icons of Whisky Awards – America” which took place in Bardstown during the Kentucky Bourbon Festival. 45 more words

Bourbon And Oak

Four Roses Single Barrel Review

DISCLOSUREIt is Cocktails, 365′s policy that it always disclose when we receive samples of liquor to review for the Website. As we tell those who offer samples: we will accept the liquor for review, but that does not guarantee a positive review. 166 more words

Cocktails 365

American Prairie Reserve

Maker: High West, Park City, Utah, USA

Distillers: MGPI, Lawrenceburg, Indiana/Four Roses, Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, USA

Style: Blend of straight bourbons (cannot be called straight because bourbons are from different states) 190 more words

Bourbon

Staying Power: A Few Bourbon Staples

One of the unique aspects of whiskey brands is that they do change over time. When you combine that change with the change in our palates, you can get some pretty intense discrepancies regarding the quality of different bourbons, especially over time. 472 more words

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