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2015 Four Roses Limited Edition Small Batch

After stellar 2012 and 2013 Limited Edition Small Batch releases from Four Roses, I was pretty disappointed with the 2014. It was light and dusty, the oak was simple and the spice and fruit profiles, which characterizes Four Roses bourbon, were not much beyond the better single barrel selections I had throughout the year. 503 more words

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Review: Four Roses Limited Edition Small Batch 2015

“From time to time, our Master Distiller selects a few exceptional barrels of our 10 Bourbon recipes to become Limited Edition releases. These special releases are barrel strength and non-chill filtered, so you get to savor them exactly as they come out of the barrel. 456 more words


StilL 630 - A Distillery Visit


My wife is slowly becoming a whiskey fan. She has fallen hard for wheat whiskies. She has worked her way into enjoying a few wheated-bourbons. 1,819 more words

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Four Roses 12yo "Single Barrel" (52.8%, OB, 2012 Limited Edition, SN 81-2R, 174 bottles)

Four Roses seems to be a very transparent producer of Bourbon. First of all they let you know everything about the ten recipes they make and how they are used in their expressions. 698 more words

Whisky From Master Quills Travels

Four Roses Limited Edition Small Batch 2015 Review

Not that it has ever stopped me in the past, but to use a tired yet accurate phrase, “success story” seems to be a nice tight fit for the Four Roses brand. 435 more words

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Four Roses (40%, OB, 2011)

After the highly specialized Octomore, let’s get back to basics with this Four Roses Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey aka Four Roses Yellow, since it has, and you’ve guessed it, a yellow label, although with every revamp of the look, the yellow label gets less yellow. 550 more words

Whisky From Master Quills Travels

2015 Four Roses Limited Edition Small Batch Bourbon: Exceeding the Hype

My brother-in-law visited me this weekend and like any good house guest, he was bearing gifts.  He was lucky enough to snag one of these bottles in a local liquor store near Boston and we opened it and enjoyed it over the weekend.  404 more words

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