The first review of the Stranahans Pikes Peak Snowflake limited edition whiskey.
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Review of the new Four Roses Limited Edition Single Barrel Bourbon 2014 which will be released in June.
First review of the new Old Forester Birthday Bourbon, how does it taste? Read more here
Our review of the Four Roses 125th Anniversary Limited Edition Small Batch 2013
Is the new 21-year-old Elijah Craig Single Barrel Bourbon worth $140 a bottle and how does it taste? Read our review here…
There are a couple reasons why BourbonBlog.com continues to cover moonshine stories. First: The moonshine we like to talk about and drink is a real clear whiskey with a grain base. After some time in a barrel, much of the good stuff would make fine whiskey. Second: Growing popularity among consumers and number of moonshines… Read more »
As cinnamon flavored whiskies and themed spirits saturate the market, it takes a lot to catch the attention of our taste buds us at BourbonBlog.com. MB Roland introduces St. Elmo’s Fire at 100 proof and we’ve been given the exclusive opportunity to review it first on BourbonBlog.com After tasting this, our taste buds are standing at burning attention. Savory heat means… Read more »
BourbonBlog.com was recently the first bring you news of the release of the new Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel. This cask strength, non-chill filtered Bourbon leverages the popularity of the the Russell’s Reserve label while delivering a new expression for the Bourbon enthusiasts. This Bourbon demonstrates how well-balanced the sugar and barrel notes are in the whiskey… Read more »
× Watch the video above as BourbonBlog.com becomes the first to review the extremely rare, one-time bottling of W. H. Harrison Presidential Reserve Bourbon, aka “The Grouseland Cache.” How rare is this 16-year-old Indiana Bourbon? Only 918 bottles were produced and each is hand-numbered. The perfect balance of sweetness and barrel near the end makes this one of the… Read more »
× BourbonBlog.com was the first media outlet to tell you about the new Old Medley 12 Year Old Bourbon. Now, we’re the first to review this very rare 12 year old expression of Wathen’s Bourbon in the video above and in the tasting notes below. While there is no age statement on Wathen’s Bourbon, Old… Read more »