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Old Forester 1897 Bottled in Bond Bourbon Review

Old Forester 1897 Bottled in Bond Bourbon Review

Old Forester has something new for us. It’s called Old Forester 1897 Bottled in Bond, and it’s a new bourbon that honors the U.S. Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897. Crafted by Brown-Forman Master Distiller Chris Morris, this is the second release in the brand’s Whiskey Row series and a follow-up to…read more →

Jefferson’s Reserve Groth Cask Finish Bourbon Review

Jefferson’s Reserve Groth Cask Finish Bourbon Review

Jefferson’s Bourbon has just introduced a new expression to its portfolio: Jefferson’s Reserve Groth Cask Finish, a bourbon that was aged in new American white oak barrels in Kentucky prior to being finished for nine months in French oak barrels that once held Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley’s Groth Vineyards…read more →

Koval Rose Hip Liqueur Review

Koval Rose Hip Liqueur Review

If you happen to live in the Midwest, you’re probably familiar with Koval Distillery, which in 2008 became Chicago’s first booze producer since Prohibition. But even if you’re from the heart of Big Ten country, you’re probably mostly familiar with the brand’s single-barrel whiskey expressions and their solid dry gin.…read more →

Tanquery Introduces Bloomsbury Gin

Tanquery Introduces Bloomsbury Gin

Tanqueray has something new for us with the limited release of Tanqueray Bloomsbury Gin. This juniper-forward expression comes from Master Distiller Tom Nichol, who found inspiration for this gin from an old Tanqueray family recipe dating back to about 1880. At that time, the distillery was located in Bloomsbury, England.…read more →

Alberta Dark Batch Rye Whisky Review

Alberta Dark Batch Rye Whisky Review

Alberta Distillers is the number one rye producer in North America, making whisky for a number of brands on the market today. But now, Alberta Distillers is releasing its own whiskey: Alberta Dark Batch Rye. And in an industry that’s often secretive about blend percentages, mashbills and age statements, Alberta…read more →

La Caravedo Pisco Review

La Caravedo Pisco Review

We never turn down a good pisco drink. But there’s something about the start of summer that always has us leaning toward the Pisco Sour. It’s tart, it’s refreshing, and it’s a welcome change from our whiskey-soaked winters and gin-heavy springs. This summer, our first Pisco Sour of the season…read more →