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Old Crow, 43% +/- 1970

I reviewed an Old Crow bourbon last year, which was pretty awesome but had a crappy cap. This one is a lot better, from a regular bottle. 617 more words

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DRANK: The Red Dress

Sarah here, and if you don’t already know, I’m something like an aspiring mixologist. From time to time, I’ll post recipes on here of drinks I came up with. 123 more words

Bottled-in-India Jim Beam to become 25% cheaper

Global whisky powerhouse Beam Suntory has started local bottling of its flagship bourbon Jim Beam betting on India’s changing whisky habits. This is one of the rare instances of the largest selling bourbon being bottled outside the home market US, underscoring the significance attached to India, the biggest consumer of whiskies. Full story


Fireball Cinnamon Whisky is hot

Fireball Cinnamon Whisky is so hot, even competitors are burning with desire. So much so that they’re producing their own versions of Fireball — the juggernaut of alcohol, sugar and enough cinnamon flavor to make Big Red gum feel sheepish — now the fastest growing liquor brand in America. Full story


Introducing Jim Beam Kentucky Fire Bourbon

The party just got a little better thanks to Jim Beam and the new Kentucky Fire Bourbon. Unlike some of the other cinnamon whiskey’s we are seeing, Jim Beam’s Kentucky Fire is dangerously delicious. 199 more words