Four Roses Master Distiller Jim Rutledge and‘s Tom Fischer review the soon to be released Four Roses’ 2011 Limited Edition Single Barrel Bourbon during the Nth Show, as part of the Universal Whisky Experience in Las Vegas. Master Distiller Jim Rutledge specially selected a 12-year-old bourbon that uses Four Roses’ recipe coded OBSQ, one… Read more »

Colonel E. H. Taylor Jr. Old Fashioned Sour Mash Bourbon Review first told you about the Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. Bourbon, named after man who introduced the first climate controlled aging warehouses, used a patented sour mash technique, and fought for the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897. This new line of premium whiskeys bears his name and Buffalo Trace Distillery is introducing the first in… Read more »

W. H. Harrison Indiana Straight Bourbon Whiskey Review

This is Straight Bourbon Whiskey straight out of the Hoosier State as another Bourbon shows that they’re coming from more States than just Kentucky. With the basketball rivalry between the I.U. Hoosiers and the U.K. Wildcats, how does will this Indiana Bourbon taste? We’re reviewing it below..and you know that we LOVE Kentucky Bourbon. Tipton… Read more »

Early Times 354 Bourbon Launch Party and Review

Early Times 354 Bourbon official launch party with‘s Tom Fischer interviewing Master Distiller Chris Morris of Brown-Forman about this new release. Also, an on-camera review of Early Times 354 Bourbon review. As Chris Morris explains, Early Times was once a Bourbon whiskey before Brown-Forman’s decision in 1985 to make in a Kentucky Whisky due… Read more »

William Larue Weller 2010 Review

For‘s Buffalo Trace Antique Collection 2010 tasting notes, we begin with the William Larue Weller, which is an uncut, unfiltered wheat recipe bourbon. Last year’s 2009 edition was named the best bourbon in the world by F. Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal. As one of the few wheated Bourbons in the world, we find the… Read more »

Angel’s Envy Bourbon Review‘s review of the new Angel’s Envy Bourbon after the much anticipated 10.10.10 release called the “Expression 10/10.” We are impressed with this new Bourbon as it had an incomparable smoothness and unique character. This expression is distilled three times and aged a minimum of four years in a new, charred white oak barrel and… Read more »

Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection Maple Wood Finish Review

Maple Wood Finish a this year’s Master’s Collection Bourbon by Woodford Reserve which is among the first to review in the world. Bottles are set to star hitting shelves in limited quantities by November  201 with a suggested retail price of $89.99. The Master’s Collection Maple Wood Finish uniquely finish-ages Woodford Reserve in a… Read more »

Knob Creek Single Barrel Reserve Review

Knob Creek Single Barrel Reserve is a new Bourbon by Jim Beam which is among the first to review in the world. The suggested retail will be around $40, which is about $10 more than the original Knob Creek. The release date is projected to ship in January 2011 and be on shelves by… Read more »

Johnny Drum Private Stock Bourbon Review

Winner of San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2010: Double Gold Medal. This sour mash is charcoal filtered, an unusual process for Kentucky Bourbons. recommends Johnny Drum Private Stock as an excellent value at around $25 a bottle. Bourbon: Johnny Drum Private Stock Distillery: Kentucky Bourbon Distillers, Bardstown, Kentucky Proof: 101Proof, 50.5% ABV Color: Caramel… Read more »

Old Forester Birthday Bourbon Review of the 2010 Release

Unlike the standard Old Forester, Bourbon which is a blend of Bourbon from several different years, Old Forester Birthday Bourbon is a vintage-dated bourbon, hand-selected by Master Distiller Chris Morris from one specific day of production. The result is a one-of-a-kind character and flavor that will never be replicated again. As it differs from year… Read more »