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StilL 630 Experimental Collection Release #13, #14 and #15

In Bourbon Whiskey Reviews by Patrick "Pops" Garrett2 Comments

This past July, StilL 630 began the second year of their 5-year Experimental Collection journey. After a successful first year chronicling their monthly releases, we decided to take a different approach this year. Instead of reviewing each monthly release individually we're going to do quarterly reviews and ask the distillery to join us for our reviews. The goal is to give you something more in depth so you can not only learn about each release but also the story behind each mash bill as told by the distillers themselves.

Today we're releasing the first video using this approach, and we've got to warn you, it's a long one but well worth the time if you want to learn more about the distillery and understand the thought process behind each of the three releases that we cover in the video. Future videos in this series will likely be a bit short as we won't have to revisit the distillery's history each time, but they will be longer due to reviewing three spirits each time.

We hope you enjoy this unique approach to reviewing the Experimental Collection and that it inspires you to #DrinkCurious.

If you're new to our journey we encourage to read our kick-off post about the Experimental Collection and Release #1. We have 45 more spirits to go so we hope you'll subscribe to our YouTube channel so you never miss a review. We hope you enjoy this series and are able to make it to St. Louis and enjoy a glass with us at StilL 630 some day soon. Cheers!



Disclaimer: StilL 630 provided Bourbon & Banter with samples of their product for this review. We appreciate their willingness to allow us to review their products with no strings attached. Thank you.

Special thanks to Jazz St. Louis for allowing us to use their amazing venue for filming this interview and review.



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Comments

  1. How do you judge “best” format? How do you know another month wouldn’t improve the experience? I am genuinely curious, I am not trolling. Since you cannot Unage, and you cannot further age a release how do you judge when it is ready?

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