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 »

The Wild Geese Irish Soldiers & Heroes Limited Edition Review

In the mood for something Irish and refined? Surprising and unexpected, it arrives in a pink/organish box and with a theme of tattoos, which looks like a very classy Ed Hardy approach. This whiskey offers enticing flavors than what we typically see here with many Irish whiskeys at It was named after the soldiers… Read more »

WhistlePig Straight Rye Whiskey Review

Where spice, sweet and rye meet, a there’s a pig making the grand introductions. It doesn’t have to toot it’s own horn or oink it’s own…well, think you’re get the idea. WhistlePig Straight Rye Whiskey is 100 % rye, 10-year old and 100 proof…are you seeing a theme here? This is the first single estate… Read more »

Sirius, Intrepid Whisky Purveyors‘s Tom Fischer interviews Mahesh Patel, Founder Sirius, Intrepid Whisky Purveyors, about his passion for whisky which has led to his new collection of rare whiskies from around the world. The first series of Sirius will be released in very limited supply this summer. As a renowned whisky collector, Mahesh spent this past year honing… Read more »

Jim Beam Devil’s Cut Review 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 »

Four Roses Limited Edition Single Barrel Bourbon 2011

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 »

Bulleit Rye Whiskey Review first told you about the new Bulleit Rye Whiskey last week and now we are reviewing it. Tom Bulleit tells us that he has been developing the new Rye since 2004, but requests by the trade to produce it helped make the project become one of high priority. We’ve made it a priority to… 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 »

Espolón Tequila Review

Espolón Tequila tells that they have returned to the United States after a brief absence with the same award-winning liquid but with a whole new look. We are reviewing this Tequila below, but first a bit on the new packaging of this cult-favorite tequila pays as it pays homage to the brave men and… Read more »