The Four Roses Small Batch Limited Edition Small Batch 2011 Bourbon review. It has been been released and brings you our tasting notes and review below. During Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2011 week, 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 »

Breckenridge Bourbon

× We escape from Kentucky to get high with our Bourbon friends from the “The World’s Highest Distillery” which is in Breckenridge, Colorado (at 9600 feet above sea level). Fortunately for us, they have Bourbon whiskey. Again fortunately, they’re in New Orleans this week for Tales of the Cocktail 2011.‘s Tom Fischer joins friends… Read more »

Olmeca Altos Tequila Review

If you’re in Denver or Chicago, be glad you’re reading this. For everyone else, it may be coming your way as the offering expands into your markets or as you order some…it is worth searching for online. Olmeca Altos Plata and Reposado Tequilas are both distinct 100% Blue Agave Tequilas from the celebrated Los Altos region… Read more »

Jack Daniel’s Honey Review

The new Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey has been out for a few months and we decided it was time to review Jack Daniels Honey here on Generally, Jack is a whiskey which strikes the best and worst chords in drinkers…some love it, some don’t. Mingling and infusing flavors with whiskey seems to solicit the… Read more »

ŻU Vodka Review

Traveling back in time through flavor has never caused our time machine to graze blades of grass as we drink. But here we go… Zubrówka (pronounced “zu-broov-ka”), or bison grass vodka, was produced in the North East region of Poland as far back as the 14th Century, and was considered a specialty for the local… Read more »

Spring44 Vodka and Gin Review

At, we venture into vodka and clear spirits to give our palettes a chance to explore the expression of clear and the clean grain vs. the expression of oak and depth. Spring44 is a perfect example of where the selection of water used in distilling spirits matters. The Spring44 Vodka, Honey Vodka and Gin… Read more »

Sub Rosa Vodka Review

CLICK TO PLAY: Have you tasted some flavored vodkas from the sweet and cheap to the wickedly expensive only to be left wondering what the point was? Whether you like vodka or not, prepare for to ingenuity in a bottle of which most any foodie, spirits lover or cocktalian would find something appealing. first… 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‘s review of 1792 Bourbon.. 1792 Ridgemont Reserve Bourbon Review Bourbon: 1792 Ridgemont Reserve Bourbon Distillery: Barton… Read more »

Russian Standard Original Vodka Review

Our review of Russian Standard Original Vodka below and watch interview Dennis Rodman at a Russian Standard Vodka party, he seems to like it. Vodka: Russian Standard Original Vodka Distillery: Russian Standard Distillery, St. Petersburg, Russia Proof: 80; approximately 40% ABV Notes: The bottle design is nspired by the Ivan the Great Bell Tower… Read more »