Rossville Union Master Crafted Barrel Proof Straight Rye Whiskey – Review

*Sincere thanks to MGP Ingredients and Gregory White PR for the sample. It will shock most of you to learn that the Rossville Union Master Crafted Barrel Proof Straight Rye Whiskey differs from the Rossville Union Master Crafted Straight Rye Whiskey in alcoholic strength. Yes, I know, please...try to control yourselves. The latter rye whiskey from MGP was bottled … Continue reading Rossville Union Master Crafted Barrel Proof Straight Rye Whiskey – Review

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Rossville Union Master Crafted Straight Rye Whiskey – Review

*Sincere thanks to MGP and Gregory+Vine PR for the sample. It's a well-known fact that Midwest Grain Products of Indiana (MGP) formerly known as Lawrenceburg Distillers Indiana (LDI), formerly known as the Jos. E. Seagram Lawrenceburg Plant, is responsible for a great many whiskeys one sees out on the shelves. They have been providing some very … Continue reading Rossville Union Master Crafted Straight Rye Whiskey – Review

Blackadder Statement Edition #27, 1989 Bunnahabhain 28 Year Old – Review

Sincere thanks to Raj and Glass Revolution Imports for the sample. Man...1989, that was a year. Thanks to near global upheaval, the events of that year drastically altered the sociopolitical landscape of practically the entire planet. In South Africa, F.W. DeClerc freed Nelson Mandela and negotiated the end of Apartheid. Fernando Collor de Mello was elected president … Continue reading Blackadder Statement Edition #27, 1989 Bunnahabhain 28 Year Old – Review

Blood Oath Pact No. 4 Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey – Review

Another year, another Blood Oath bourbon release from Luxco. And another year where I find myself desperately, frantically searching for some blood oath related factoid or anecdote to help ease us into the review. You just can't dive right in, immediately bleating on about mashbills and cask types - that fails to set any kind … Continue reading Blood Oath Pact No. 4 Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey – Review

Plantation Five Year Old Barbados Rum – Review

The first, but definitely not last look at rum for the Casks. I'm starting on the low and  readily available end of things and (slowly) working my way up from there... The Plantation line of rums is part of the Maison Ferrand family, a well-regarded spirits house that also includes Pierre Ferrand Cognac and Citadelle … Continue reading Plantation Five Year Old Barbados Rum – Review

Claxton’s 2006 Linkwood 11 Year Old – Review

Sincere thanks to Raj and Glass Revolution Imports for the sample. Here we have a case of the very old and the very young. Representing the old, Speyside's Linkwood distillery traces its history back to 1821, when it was built by a man named Peter Brown. The distillery stayed with the Brown family until the … Continue reading Claxton’s 2006 Linkwood 11 Year Old – Review

Cotswolds Dry Gin, Batch #01/2017 – Review

Here in Minneapolis, an April 15th snowstorm dumped around a foot of the frozen white stuff on us, pretty much crushing the souls of those who long for spring and summer. Just between you and me, I'd be fine with Winter being a year-round endeavor, but that's not a popular position to take, so I … Continue reading Cotswolds Dry Gin, Batch #01/2017 – Review