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High West Bourye “Limited Sighting” Review

In American Whiskey Reviews by Kyle GeorgeLeave a Comment

Bourye is a beautiful whiskey with a great dark amber color. With a slight twirl of the glass, it gives off some nice thick legs. Past renditions of this blend I have not enjoyed, however, I have been very happy with this “Limited Sighting,” as High West is calling it. The nose, while having a little alcohol on it, gives off a beautiful bouquet. The more I sit and nose the glass; the more different notes keep presenting themselves. Would have to say my only real complaint with this pour would be the finish. Wish there was just a little bit more there; while the warmth stays with you, it just doesn’t coat your palate as some other whiskeys do. Overall this is a great product and would encourage everyone to try out.

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Brookstone Iced Mule Mug Review

In Drinking Accessory Reviews by Jim KnudsenLeave a Comment

OK, I will admit, I am a gadget guy. Having a technical background I am fascinated by new ideas and clever devices. Also, since people know I’m a spirits guy when people look to gift me, it is not unusual to get some booze related stuff. That is how I ended up with the Brookstone Iced Mule Mug. Watching a neighbor’s pooch for the weekend, a nice little gift as a thank you (Thanks Jon and Jin).

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Parker’s Legacy of Hope

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Join emcee Fred Minnick and other legends of the industry at Mint Julep Tours Headquarters (1631 Mellwood Avenue) in Louisville to reminisce about Parker, enjoy food, fun and of course a complementary tasting of several extraordinary Bourbons. There will be a number of spectacular auction items as well, including a behind-the-scenes tour of Heaven Hill with Master Distiller Denny Potter! All of this for the reasonable ticket price of $150, and all profits will be donated to the Promise of Hope Fund.

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Bardstown Bourbon Company and Copper & Kings Release “Collabor&tion” Rare Release Bourbon

In Industry News, New Brand Releases by Patrick "Pops" GarrettLeave a Comment

Bardstown, KY (September 13, 2017) – The Bardstown Bourbon Company (“BBCo”) and Copper & Kings American Brandy Company (“C&K”) announced today the release of “Collabor&tion,” two distinct products made with 10-year-old straight bourbon whiskey – one finished in Copper & Kings’ American Brandy barrels and the other in Muscat Mistelle barrels, for more than 18 months in the Copper & Kings basement maturation cellar. The project is intended to embody the spirit of friendship and partnership, and celebrates great craftsmen working together to produce exceptional products as kindred spirits.

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Hancock’s President’s Reserve Bourbon Review

In Bourbon Whiskey Reviews by Lee StangLeave a Comment

Hancock’s Reserve is the poor cousin of the Buffalo Trace Mash bill #2 line. You won’t find much information on the bottle label, nor is there anything about Hancock’s Reserve on the Buffalo Trace Distillery web site. It can be found on the website, a site run by the Sazerac Company. Hard to find, I had once had a pour of it in Nashville a few years ago and recently came across it during a drive through eastern Tennessee.