Hailing from the Canadian town of the same name, Revel Stoke is an interesting Canadian Whiske. Bereft with the spices commonly found in Rum, it is an interesting play on both spirit classes. At 90 proof, it contains the fire and sweetness of Sailor Jerry. Quite interesting indeed! We can see Revel Stoke easily finding… Read more »

Hibiki 12 Year Old Japanese Blended Whisky Review

At BourbonBlog.com, we have found a piece of Japan that is a must for your whisky collection.. There is much that goes into this beautiful bottle of Suntory Limited’s Hibiki 12 Year Old a premium blended Japanese whisky that no other whisky of this age in the world has to offer.  However, please let me first… Read more »

CAMUS Cognacs Review

I’ve always had a place in the heart of my tastebuds for flavor that is uniquely French because Cognac was among the first spirits that ever hit my old enough to drink lips in France. At BourbonBlog.com, we are especially impressed with the CAMUS Cognac. There are four CAMUS Cognacs in their “Elegance” range in… Read more »

Early Times 354 Bourbon Launch Party and Review

Early Times 354 Bourbon official launch party with BourbonBlog.com‘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 »

Kahlúa Peppermint Mocha Review

A familiar friend on the bars dresses up your cocktail and taste buds for some holiday cheer! Kahlúa Peppermint Mocha flavor steps into the holiday season as a limited edition bottling. Kahlúa tells BourbonBlog.com that it will be available at retail through the holiday season, priced at around $17.99 for a 750ml bottle. Get some while… Read more »

AGWA de Bolivia, Coca Herbal Liqueur Review

Coca leaves have been chewed by South American Indians for thousands of years to induce a mild and long-lasting euphoria. As the world’s first and only spirit derived from the historical South American coca leaf, BourbonBlog.com tastes AGWA de Bolivia to see we experience a unique “oxygen buzz” which is said to be the “AGWA Buzz.”… Read more »

HARLEM Kruiden Liqueur Review

HARLEM is a bit similar to Jägermeister, but goes deep with flavor bringing something new to the market. While the recommended way of consuming HARLEM is an ice cold shot, it is delicious straight or used to create cocktails. BourbonBlog.com is a fan of all HARLEM Kruiden Liqueur as we recently spent some time with… Read more »

Van Gogh Coconut Vodka Review

BourbonBlog.com is a fan of all the Van Gogh Vodka collection and we particularly like the Van Gogh Coconut Vodka. Vodka: Van Gogh Coconut Vodka Distillery: Royal Dirkzwager Distillery, Schiedam, Holland Proof: 70; approximately 35% ABV Notes: Van Gogh Coconut Vodka is hand-crafted in small batches through a unique double infusion method, using only natural… Read more »

William Larue Weller 2010 Review

For BourbonBlog.com‘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

BourbonBlog.com‘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 »