× “Insanity and brilliance” come together in one bottle to redefine the taste and approach to Bourbon as we know it.  BourbonBlog.com reviews Corsair Artisan Distillery‘s Insane in the Grain – 12 Grain Bourbon. Watch the video review above and read the expanded tasting notes below as we take time away from the snow to elaborate…. Read more »

Bulleit 10 Bourbon Review

BourbonBlog.com is the first media outlet to review the new Bulleit 10 Bourbon in the video and detailed tasting below. The Pros: For Bulleit lovers, the flavor has similar qualities to the original and we suggest you try it. This one is a “grown up” Bulleit expression for the more refined palette. The finish is where it sings of… Read more »

Broken Shed Vodka Review

New vodka brands are released so often that the point of distinguishing the difference would be what? Broken Shed is a vodka that makes a point. Broken Shed is made in New Zealand from whey, a natural byproduct of milk. The result? Smooth, well-balanced and creamy. This vodka is free of aditives, sugars and gluten. The distinctly pure approach… Read more »

Guinness Generous Ale Review

The original Guinness can be known to make any day feel like Christmas, right? This season, Guinness had released a new “Holiday Ale” which delivers an approachable balance of warmth and sweetness. Guinness tells BourbonBlog.com they have embraced a rich heritage and the philosophy of their founder, Arthur Guinness, with the release of this new holiday… Read more »

Oak Rum Bourbon Barrel Aged by Barrel House Distilling

Barrel House Distilling is a American craft distiller based in Lexington, Kentucky. They are producing the only Rum that BourbonBlog.com knows of in Kentucky. To make it a truly a “Kentucky Rum,”  they age it in a used bourbon barrel. Of course, other rums have been aged in used Bourbon barrels before, but apparently not in Kentucky…. Read more »

Crown Royal Maple Finished Review

While we don’t recommend pouring flavors into whiskies or Bourbons at BourbonBlog.com, we recognize the flavored whisky category is rapidly growing. Canada’s national tree is the Maple Tree. Can it get more Canadian than Crown Royal? Put them together, they couldn’t have done much better with this first flavored expression of Crown Royal available for $24.99 per… Read more »

Old Forester Birthday Bourbon 2012 Review

BourbonBlog.com became the first media outlet to taste the Old Forester Birthday Bourbon 2012 release at the 2012 Kentucky Bourbon Festival in September in the video below. Now we’re bringing you our review of this year’s 2012 vintage release of Old Forester. For a $50 limited edition release, we recommend you pick up this very… Read more »

Woodford Reserve Four Wood Reserve Review, Master’s Collection

Woodford Reserve has just released the latest extension of its Master’s Collection, and it is indeed another beauty that shows off the original flavor with a unique expression. Available in major metro markets, this limited edition release are available with a suggested retail price of $99.99 for a 750ml bottle. at 94.4 proof. This seventh… Read more »

Four Roses Super Premium Platinum Bourbon Review

× Four Roses Bourbon invites BourbonBlog.com to an extremely rare tasting of the Four Roses Super Premium Platinum Bourbon (which is only exported to Japan). While this is an export only  Bourbon, watch as we review this bourbon on camera with friends from Seven Grand of Los Angeles  and Four Roses. Four Roses Ambassador Al Young tells… Read more »

Parker’s Heritage Master Distiller’s Blend of Mashbills 2012 Bourbon Review

Heaven Hill Distilleries shares one of the first bottles of the limited edition 2012 release of Parker’s Heritage Master Distiller’s Blend of Mashbills with BourbonBlog.com for our review. There will only be around 7,500 bottles released beginning in September 2012 at around $80 per bottle. This release features barrels of 11 year old Heaven Hill rye-based Bourbons, used for such… Read more »