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DISCLAIMER: The Sample for this review was provided by the manufacturer. All ideas and opinions in this post are entirely my own. I do not accept any money for these reviews. 715 more words


Who Says Whisky Isn't Good For You? 2015 Water of Life Charity Tasting

Anyone who’s been drinking whisky for more than a minute knows that the word originates from the Gaelic uisge beatha, meaning “water of life.” It’s a logical phrase when you consider that it came about during an era when medicine was limited to muddling up some compounds of roots and herbs at best, and a whole slew of more disturbing remedies ( 977 more words

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Review: Michter’s US *1 Bourbon

The Michter’s brand can trace its heritage to the Pennsylvania’s historic Bomberger’s Distillery, which in 1980 was declared a National Historic Landmark and is thought to have been up until the time of its closing, one of the oldest distilleries in the United States. 250 more words


Westland Cask No 395 Hand Filled 54.6%

Can I simply admit I haven’t yet got on the American craft whiskey band-wagon? I’m just not a crazy bourbon fan… and while I certainly recognise there is some great stuff out there, most American whiskies just don’t seem to float my boat in the way a mature, complex, Scottish cask strength whisky does… 523 more words

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Review: Duke* Kentucky Straight Bourbon

Monument Valley Distillers call themselves artisan distillers who craft small batches of bourbon, whiskey and brandy. The genesis for the company was a conversation over dinner between founders… 179 more words


BWG's Father's Day Gift Guide

They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. This theory is just partly true. To reach the complex, muntifaceted modern man’s heart, his significant other must know the ins and outs of his hobbies, his wish-lists and his passions. 433 more words


One Eight Sherry Finished Bourbon, 52.5%

One Eight Spirits seems to be one of those sort-of random spirits producers in the USA of which there are hundreds popping up everywhere. They are called One Eight for Article One, Section Eight of the constitution which provided for the area now known as DC to exist as the USA’s capital. 464 more words

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