Buffalo Trace Distillery releases the latest round of whiskies in the Experimental Collection 2011 and BourbonBlog.com reviews them below, including a Bourbon made with rice and Bourbon made with oats. The experiment in these two bottles is all about the mash bill as the rye grain in Buffalo Trace’s traditional recipe was substituted with rice… Read more »

George T. Stagg Bourbon Review, 2011 Release

George T. Stagg Bourbon Review Bourbon: George T. Stagg Bourbon, 2011 Antique Collection Release Distillery: Buffalo Trace Distillery, Frankfort, Kentucky Age: 18 years and 5 months Proof: 142.6 Proof, 71.3% ABV Color: Medium amber Notes: Aged in Warehouses H, I & K. Recipe consists of Kentucky Corn- Distillers Grade #1 and #2 (Large Grain); Minnesota… Read more »

William Larue Weller Bourbon, Antique Collection 2011

William Larue Weller Bourbon Review Bourbon:William Larue Weller Bourbon, 2011 Antique Collection Release Distillery: Buffalo Trace Distillery, Frankfort, Kentucky Age: 12 years, 11 months Proof: 133.5 Proof, 66.75% ABV, uncut and unfiltered Notes: Not to be confused with W. L Weller 12-year-old Bourbon, which is a splendid Bourbon for the price point and carries some… Read more »

Eagle Rare 17-Year-Old Bourbon Review, 2011 Release

Eagle Rare 17 Year Bourbon Review Bourbon: Eagle Rare 17 Year Bourbon, 2011 Antique Collection Release Distillery: Buffalo Trace Distillery, Frankfort, Kentucky Age: 18 years and 7 months, as distilled in Spring of 1993. However, still called “Eagle Rare 17” as it appears that annual release varies to at least 17 years old but varies… Read more »

The Best Bourbons You May Never Taste…

..until now, that is when you join BourbonBlog.com and Blanton’s Bourbon in Warehouse H in Frankfort, Kentucky to taste the complete collection of Blanton’s in this video. If you’re in the U.S.A., you have the opportunity to taste the one of a kind Blanton’s Original Single Barrel Bourbon as it is available across the country…. Read more »

Four Roses Small Batch 2011 Limited Edition Review

The Four Roses Small Batch Limited Edition Small Batch 2011 Bourbon review. It has been been released and BourbonBlog.com brings you our tasting notes and review below. During Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2011 week, BourbonBlog.com attended a special tasting with Four Roses Mellow Moments Club members at the distillery in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. Members of the Four… Read more »

Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr. Single Barrel Bourbon Review

Buffalo Trace Distillery releases the second limited edition Bourbon in the Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. collection with a Single Barrel Bourbon. This Bourbon was aged 11 years and 7 months years in Warehouse C, which was built by Col. Taylor in 1881. Bottom line: If you’re a Scotch fan, you’ll probably enjoy this one…. Read more »

1792 Ridgemont Reserve Bourbon Review

Named after the year Kentucky officially became a state, 1792 is the official toasting Bourbon of the Kentucky Bourbon Festival. A unique mash bill with stronger rye content delivers a distinct and recognizable, delicious flavor to 1792 Ridgemont Reserve. Thus, here is BourbonBlog.com‘s review of 1792 Bourbon.. 1792 Ridgemont Reserve Bourbon Review Bourbon: 1792 Ridgemont Reserve Bourbon Distillery: Barton… Read more »

Wild Turkey 81 Review

BourbonBlog.com brings you the first Wild Turkey 81 review. This new Bourbon made with a blend six, seven,and eight-year-old Bourbons is the first whiskey solely crafted by Wild Turkey Associate Distiller Eddie Russell. Wild Turkey 81 Bourbon was developed largely for mixology to be a truly “mixable spirit” to delivers Wild Turkey’s famous kick. So… Read more »

Jim Beam Devil’s Cut Review

BourbonBlog.com sold our soul to obtain one of the only bottles of Jim Beam Devil’s Cut known to exist. We did it to tempt you with this advanced review as it won’t be released  until May in select States and Summer 2011 nationwide. This is the first Bourbon that we know of which uses fancy… Read more »