Jeptha Creed Red White & Blue Bourbon
Bloody Butcher Corn is the base grain for all of Jeptha Creed’s bourbons. It usually occupies the majority of the mash bill. So it is a bit of a change of pace to have it share equal billing with 2 other heirloom corns. However, that’s exactly what happens in the latest release from Jeptha Creed, their Red White & Blue Bourbon. This bourbon is a unique mix of 3 heirloom corns, each in the same amount. Read our review to find out what it’s like!
Copper & Kings Distillery Tour Review
Copper & Kings American Brandy Company is a unique distillery located in Louisville, Kentucky’s Butchertown neighborhood. In addition to American Brandy, they distill other spirits and also make a brandy barrel aged bourbon. The have a variety of visitor experiences as well as a rooftop bar. Check our full review to learn more!
Jeptha Creed Bottled In Bond Rye Bourbon Review
Jeptha Creed Distillery celebrated their 5th anniversary by releasing this Rye Bourbon Mash Bill Bottled In Bond Bourbon on November 11, 2021. Similar to their Four Grain Bourbon, the base grain is their family farm grown Bloody Butcher Corn. That unique heirloom corn, as well as malted rye, give this bourbon some unique flavor characteristics. Read all about it in our full review!
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Origin Series Bourbon Review
The Bardstown Bourbon Company Origin Series represents the first whiskeys that were entirely distilled, aged and bottled at the Bardstown Bourbon Company. The first releases of the Origin Series are two bourbons. They are a high rye bourbon, the subject of this review, and a Bottled In Bond wheated bourbon, which is reviewed separately. Continue reading our review for tasting notes and more!
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Bardstown Bourbon Company Origin Series Rye Review
The Bardstown Bourbon Company has just released its Origin Series, the first whiskeys produced entirely in-house! The Origin Series Rye is aged for 5 years 8 months and finished in a “zebra” barrel of alternating toasted American oak and cherry wood staves. Read our review to find out what it’s like!