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Tasting Notes – O.H. Ingram River Aged Whiskey

This post sponsored by the Glencairn Whisky Glass This O.H. Ingram River Aged is a whiskey, not a Bourbon. It is a combination of two whiskeys with two different mash bills. The first is a Rye whiskey 95% rye, 5%... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes – Frey Ranch Farmers & Distillers Straight Bourbon Whiskey

This post sponsored by the Glencairn Whisky Glass This Frey Ranch Bourbon first came on my radar when a distiller friend of mine mentioned that he had been out west and picked up a case of this Bourbon because he... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes – Catoctin Creek Roundstone Rye Finished In Maple Syrup Barrel

This post sponsored by the Glencairn Whisky Glass I am not a fan of flavored whiskey and sometimes, finished whiskeys seem to be just that – flavored by the finishing barrel. It all depends upon how the finishing process is... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes – Wheel Horse Bourbon

This post sponsored by the Glencairn Whisky Glass A few months ago, Ocean State Distillers of Woonsocket, R.I., sent me a bottle of their Wheel Horse Rye to sample and I liked it. It was a two-year-old rye contract distilled... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes – Historic B. Bird Straight Bourbon

This post sponsored by the Glencairn Whisky Glass The Baker-Bird Winery and Distillery is located in Augusta, Kentucky. The back label of this bottle has a timeline showing that Johannes Becker came to America from Germany in 1761 and settled... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes – Porter’s Small Batch Rye 95

This post sponsored by the Glencairn Whisky Glass Porter’s Small Batch Rye 95 is distilled in Indiana and bottled by Ogden’s Own Distillery in Utah. It is a 95% rye, 5% malted barley mash bill that was aged for three... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes – Carl T Bourbon

This post sponsored by the Glencairn Whisky Glass The Huber family first settled in Floyd Knobs, Indiana in the 19th century. They farmed the land, grew grapes and planted fruit trees. They made wine and cider and distilled brandy and... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes – Still Austin “The Musician” And TX Experimental Series 100% Rye

This post sponsored by the Glencairn Whisky Glass I have a pair of whiskeys from Texas to review. Texas distillers are maturing as an industry and beginning to produce some excellent whiskeys – not just good, but excellent. There are... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes – Green River And Daviess County Bourbons

This post sponsored by the Glencairn Whisky Glass Before Prohibition, Owensboro, Kentucky was a major center of distilling in Kentucky. Even after Repeal, there were several distilleries that came back to the region. Two of the distilleries and brands associated... Continue Reading →

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