Noah’s Mill is a small batch of world-class bourbon. It’s a hit creation from the Willet Distillery, a small batch and rare type of Bourbon. It pays true respect to early pioneers of Kentucky after the Revolutionary War who started distilling excess corn into tasty Bourbon. Noah’s mill combines different bourbons into a wonderful blend […]
Willett Bourbon is a small batch bourbon, named for the founders of the Willett Distillery. It is bottled in a distinctive still shaped decanter. The bourbon was released in 2008. Originally, it was a single barrel bourbon. Each bottle was sealed with a label identifying the individual ageing barrel, the number of the bottle within […]
Something of a new kid on the block in bourbon terms, Widow Jane is making waves among Kentucky bourbons. The exquisitely sourced bourbon is blended with Limestone mineral water from the Widow Jane Mine in Kentucky, and combined to give the unique and remarkable taste and flavor. The Widow Jane Distillery is owned by Cacao […]
Created in 1830 by a Scottish immigrant called James Crow, this bourbon was sold across many different distilleries. Crow died in 1856, and the original bourbon died with him, however, the name was kept by W.A. Gaines and Company, who produced their own version of Old Crow under the name. This is the version that […]
Woodford Reserve is made by the Brown-Forman Company, with the distillery named after Brown-Forman. However, it used to be called Old Oscar Pepper Distillery up until Brown-Forman bought it in 1941, and refurbished it in 1993. Located in Kentucky, this is one of the finest bourbons produced in America, and Woodford Reserve has long been […]
Who was Evan Williams? Apart from being the progenitor of the famous bourbon, he was a Welsh immigrant born in Pembrokeshire who emigrated to the United States. He found his home in Kentucky where he began to brew bourbon in 1783 – according to legend. Evan Williams standard-issue bourbon comes with a black label as […]
Kirin Brewery Company, a Japanese firm, manufactures Four Roses Bourbon Whiskey. The distillery of the brand in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, was established in 1910 in an architectural design based on the Spanish Mission. The structure is under the National Registrar of Historic Places. History of Four Roses Bourbon Whisky In 1884, Paul Jones Jr shifted his […]
The Buffalo Trace Distillery is a special one and has become famous over the years for its sheer output, which consists of, give or take, 10 million liters of whiskey per year. This makes up over 40 different products: rye whiskies, wheated bourbon, and even a vodka thrown in for good measure. And, of course, […]
The Michter’s US *1 Small Batch bourbon is light and sweet, but when the age of the drink is listed as ‘NAS’ (no age statement), it’s hard to define exactly what you’re getting. It might be a young bourbon, it might have some age to it, but unless you have a very specifically tailored palette, […]
Every whiskey has a story. Heaven's Door whiskey is attached to Bob Dylan; the musical giant has always seemed to have a connection to whiskey. A tumbler of whiskey is an excellent accompaniment to his music, after all. The name comes from the title of one of his most famous tracks, Knocking On Heaven’s Door. […]
Some whiskeys taste great; others have history. In a Blanton's Single Barrel Bourbon review, you’ll find that this bourbon has both on its side. It’s the creation of Elmer T. Lee, who was the former distiller at Buffalo Trace. This drink is noted for being the first single barrel bourbon. Indeed, so influential was the […]
The distillery behind Angel’s Envy Bourbon is steeped in history. With a heritage spanning over two centuries, their hand-finished spirits are inspired by one of the finest Master Distillers in history, Lincoln Henderson. The makers of Angel’s Envy are fanatical in their quest for the perfect taste and check each barrel at every stage of […]
Wild Turkey 101 Bourbon has been around for more than 60 years and was created by Master Distiller Jimmy Russel. This popular bourbon has a high rye content and is aged in an American White Oak barrel. The Wild Turkey distillery goes back to 1869; however, the Wild Turkey brand wasn’t established until 1940. As […]
Does your bourbon cabinet need a bottle of Ezra Brooks? We've compiled our thoughts on this trusted bottom shelf bourbon here and how to drink it.
The Old Forester, a Kentucky classic, has been around for almost 150 years. Does it have a place in your drink cabinet? Check our review to find out.
Wondering whether the 1792 bourbon is for you? We've compiled our thoughts on its distinctive high rye flavors here and how to best drink it.
Eagle Rare Bourbon is an affordable straight Kentucky whiskey consisting of 10% or less rye. Its profile is complex, with the right balance of sweet, spicy, and oaky notes.
Rabbit Hole pulls you in with sweet and floral notes, making it extremely palatable and easy to drink. It’s hard to complain about anything but the price.
Buffalo Trace is the flagship straight bourbon from the legendary distillery in Kentucky. It’s a drinkable and accessible bourbon that will undoubtedly impress.
Larceny produces one of the more accessible wheated bourbons with a fair price tag and an approachable flavor profile. Here is our review.
In this review, we bring you an honest, up-to-date review of Maker’s 46 whiskey, including everything you need to know about this popular whiskey.
Knob Creek Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey bourbon bottling began in 1992, and it has been going strong ever since.
Bulleit is a spicy and versatile bourbon that is great for both mixing and sipping. Here’s the full Whiskey Rocks review for our impressions.