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Colonel E.H. Taylor Rye Whiskey

Released back in 2012, Colonel E.H. Taylor Rye Whiskey is the only non-bourbon in the E.H. Taylor lineup.  Also of note, this straight rye whiskey does not share DNA with Buffalo Trace’s Sazerac Rye.   242 more words


Thomas H. Handy Sazerac Rye 2014

Thomas H. Handy Rye (most simply referred to as “Handy” by whiskey enthusiasts) is part of the annually released Buffalo Trace Antique Collection (BTAC). BTAC whiskies consist of famous brands of the whiskey world including… 247 more words


Old Overholt Rye

Old Overholt Straight Rye Whiskey is one of the least expensive whiskies on the market. It has been around for over a century (literally) and due to its relative value, is the resident house rye at most cocktail bars. 132 more words


Michter's Barrel Strength Rye Whiskey

Fresh from Michter’s is a Barrel Strength Rye Whiskey.  This is the barrel strength version of their widely available 84.8 proof US*1 Single Barrel Rye.  Each barrel differs slightly in taste and proof, ranging from 108 proof to 113 proof.   203 more words


Teeling Vintage Reserve Silver 21 Year Old 1991 Review

It is not without a sense of delicious irony that our selection today was volunteered by the one member of SWC who enjoys Irish whiskey the least. 421 more words

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Review: Centennial Canadian Rye Whisky Dark Chocolate

Highwood Distillers is a Canadian spirits manufacturer in the town of High River, Alberta, which is situated 40 minutes south of Calgary, in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. 226 more words


Elijah Craig Barrel Proof Bourbon Whiskey (132.4)

Elijah Craig Barrel Proof (ECBP), one of Heaven Hill’s best kept secrets, is not so secret anymore.  Okay, so it was never much of a secret.   273 more words