Alberta Premium Cask Strength is a fine rye with a depth of flavor and a very long finish. The color is tan, but not too light, and has the long legs you would expect at the 127 proof.
Stranahan’s Blue Peak Single Malt Whiskey Review
All in all I’d say Stranahan’s Blue Peak Single Malt Whiskey (named for the 13-thousand-foot peak in Aspen) marries “approachability” and “complexity” without sacrificing one for the other – an admirable feat in itself.
Uncle Nearest Uncut/Unfiltered Rye Whiskey Blend 001 Review
In Uncle Nearest Uncut/Unfiltered Rye Blend 001 you’ll experience a pleasing ride with three different whiskey regions coming together in a masterful blend that deserves to be on the radar of rye enthusiasts everywhere.
Jack Daniel’s Twice Barreled Special Release Review
With the confusing news about Jack Daniel’s Twice Barreled 2022 Special Release American Single Malt Whiskey, I got the distinct sense that Jack Daniel’s doesn’t know what they want to do with their single malt. After tasting this, I’m that much more convinced on the matter.
Westward American Single Malt Whiskey Pinot Noir Cask Review
Marked by a lushness on the front end of the palate before the wine influence gives way to a tannic finish that keeps you reaching for more, there’s a lot to like about Westward American Single Malt Whiskey Pinot Noir Cask.
Glendalough Mizunara-Finished Irish Whiskey Review
Mizunara-Finished Irish Whiskey is vivid, but delicate with seamless depth. It is vibrant, fruity, and floral on the nose, enjoying a luxuriously smooth mouthfeel with notes of dark chocolate orange, sandalwood, and cinnamon synonymous with Mizunara whiskeys.
Du Nord Social Spirits Mixed Blood Whiskey Review
Du Nord Social Spirits Mixed Blood Whiskey started with rye grown by the neighbor of our co-founder’s family farm. To complement its spicy notes, we select whiskey barrels that deliver sweetness and depth. In the glass, it’s greater than the sum of its parts.
Old Potrero Rye Review
This is a unique rye. Old Portrero doesn’t have much of the typical spice on the palate that you can usually pick out from a Rye if you were tasing it blind. At $65, you have for sure paid more for less.
Blue Run Flight Series: Washington Apple Orchard
Blue Run is a brand on fire. After capturing a rapt audience with their early limited edition releases they recently pivoted to producing more widely available expressions to satisfy their feverish fanbase. Love them, hate them, or fail to understand them, one thing that can be said about Blue Run Spirits is they know how to assemble an experienced team.