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Blanton's

Blanton’s is a standard for bourbon lovers and it’s unique decanter-like bottle has a fixed place in most whiskey collections. The archetypical Blanton’s is considered by some a necessary step in the bourbon drinker’s palate evolution. 171 more words

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Review: Four Roses Single Barrel Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

This product is bottled as a single barrel – that is, each bottle is bottled from spirit which was only contained in one single barrel over the course of its againg (bottled by hand, in accordance with single barrel regulations), from the OBSV recipe of Four Roses (Four Roses utilizes a total of 10 different recipes). 467 more words

Whisky Reviews

Dan's Bourbon of the Week: John J. Bowman Single Barrel

With all of the discussion and debate that swirls around “sourced” whiskey – whiskey produced in a facility not owned and operated by the bottler and/or brand name on the bottle – it can too often go unsaid that there are two different ways a whiskey can be sourced.   630 more words

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Henry McKenna Single Barrel Bourbon Review

Well, let’s throw down the first bourbon review of 2015.  Henry McKenna is a single barrel bourbon out of Heaven Hill in Bardstown, KY.  This is not one of Heaven Hill’s biggest name brands, but the general quality of Heaven Hill certainly made me think this was going to be a good bourbon.  243 more words

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