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Clermont Steep Single Malt Bottle & Bourbon Obsessed Glencairn - Review

Clermont Steep Review

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Clermont Steep is the latest release from James B. Beam. The Clermont Steep American Single Malt Whiskey is distilled and aged in Clermont, Kentucky, at the James B. Beam Distillery, just like many of their other whiskeys. There will be two other bourbons in this series. They were both distilled on the same day, and bottled on the same day!

Bottle - Milam & Green Very Small Batch Review

Milam & Greene Very Small Batch Bourbon Review

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Milam & Greene Whiskey just added a new bourbon to their line up, and it is called Very Small Batch Bourbon, Batch 1. The bourbon is a blend of their own Kentucky distillate blended with a Tennessee bourbon, and then finished in Texas with charred barrel staves from their own port finished rye barrels. So, what’s it like? Read our review to find out!

Tommyrotter Bourbon Cabernet Cask Finished Review

Tommyrotter Bourbon Review

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Tommyrotter Bourbon, from Tommyrotter Distillery in Buffalo, NY, is a blend of 3 MGP bourbons finished in cabernet barrels for 3 months. So what’s it like, and what about that name? Read on to find out!

Bottle - Silver Grove Bourbon Review

Silver Grove Bourbon Review

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Silver Grove is a new bourbon from New Riff Distilling! It’s their first ever blend that was bottled at barrel strength. Up to now, only their single barrels were bottled at barrel strength. Everything else was Bottled In Bond, and therefore 100 proof. Silver Grove Bourbon also has a unique mash bill of 65% corn, 30% malted rye and 5% malted barley, giving it some unique flavor characteristics. So what’s it like? Read our review to find out!

Bottle and Bourbon Obsessed - Clyde Mays Bourbon Review

Clyde May’s Bourbon Review

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The Clyde May’s brand pays homage to famed Alabama moonshiner, Clyde May. While he didn’t make a bourbon “back in the day”, it sounds like he made some pretty fine moonshine, as well as whiskey. So, what is Clyde May’s Bourbon like? Read our full review to find out!

McAfee Benchmark Bourbon Collection Reviews

Benchmark Bourbon Collection Reviews – How Do They Compare?

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How often do we see a brand go from one “bottom shelf” bourbon to a whole new line of bourbons all at once? Not very often. But here they are, the McAfee Brothers Benchmark Bourbon Collection; 5 new bourbons all released at the same time. Beginning in late 2020, these bourbons became available, but only in Indiana. Since then, their distribution has become much more widespread. However, at the time, this new set of bourbons intrigued me, so I drove to Indiana to get them! Read on to learn more about them!

Bottle - Golden Sheath Port Finished Bourbon Review

Golden Sheaf Port Finished Bourbon Review

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Golden Sheaf Port Finished Bourbon is the first foray into finished whiskey for Golden Sheaf. It is a blend of two 8 year and one 7 year bourbon, finished in port casks for 6 months. Read our review to find out what it’s like!

Bottles - Elijah Craig Small Batch Review

Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon Review

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Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon is named after Elijah Craig, who is said to be the Father of Bourbon. It is a blend of around 200-250 barrels of bourbon, aged 8-12 years. Learn more about it in our review!

Decanter & Copita - Old Fitzgerald 14 Year Bourbon Review

Old Fitzgerald 14 Year Bourbon Review

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The Old Fitzgerald brand has a long history. It was purportedly originally trademarked back in 1884. The brand was at one time owned by Stitzel-Weller, and beginning in 1951, they released Old Fitzgerald in elegant decanters. Heaven Hill acquired the brand in 1999 when they purchased the Bernheim Distillery from Diageo, along with a number of other brands.⁠ Read on to find out more and for a review of the 14 year old release!

Bottle - Elijah Craig Toasted Barrel Finished Bourbon Review

Elijah Craig Toasted Barrel Bourbon Review

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Elijah Craig Toasted Barrel Bourbon was added to the Elijah Craig line back in 2020. Seems like just yesterday. It is made by finishing fully mature Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon in a second, new, custom toasted barrel. The process is similar to that used for Woodford Doubled Oaked and Michter’s Toasted Barrel Finish Bourbon, although the end result is a bit different. Read on to learn more!

Bottle - Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky Review

Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky Review

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Amrut Distillery was founded in 1948 and began distilling malt to produce whiskies in the 1980s. In 2004, Amrut launched their Single Malt Whisky, the first Indian Single Malt in fact, in Glasgow, Scotland. Let’s take a look at what happened during that time, and why, and review Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky as well!

Smoked cocktail - Advanced bar tools for the home bourbon bartender

Advanced Bar Tools

Mixology starts from the bottom-up, putting top-level home bartending in a creative space that adds an extra layer of the unexpected and exciting, to an already well-crafted drink. At this point, you’ve mastered the Sazerac or recreated the Boulevardier. You may be getting garnish-happy, sculpting works of art on a skewer and are definitely ready for bigger and badder toys. This is the 3rd and final part of our series on Bar Tools For The Home Bourbon Bartender. Join us as we present some bar tools for the advanced home bartender!

Old Forester King Ranch Bourbon Review - Bottles

Old Forester King Ranch Bourbon Review

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Old Forester King Ranch Bourbon is “A proprietary batch using heavily charred barrels filtered through King Ranch Mesquite Charcoal.” So what does that mesquite charcoal do to this Old Forester Bourbon? Read our Old Forester King Ranch Bourbon Review to find out!

Prizes - 2023 Bourbon to Build Raffle for Habitat For Humanity Bowling Green - Warren County

2023 Bourbon to Build Raffle – Habitat For Humanity BG/WC

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Bowling Green / Warren County Habitat For Humanity is having their 2023 Bourbon to Build Raffle! The raffle helps them raise much needed funds and gives 10 lucky people some great bourbon prizes! Read on for more information and for the links to get tickets.