Bourbon History


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Tasting Notes: Shenk’s Sour Mash Whiskey 2018 and 2019

This post sponsored by the Glencairn Whisky Glass When Chatham Imports acquired the Michter’s label, they also acquired the Shenk’s heritage of the brand. Michter’s was known for their “Sour Mash Whiskey” – a whiskey without enough corn to be... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes: Michter’s Single Barrel 10 YO Bourbon

This post sponsored by the Glencairn Whisky Glass Michter’s makes a very good Bourbon. This bottle is the 2019 release of their 10 year old Bourbon. It was contract distilled for them and had a barrel entry proof of 103,... Continue Reading →

Rosemary’s Study Of Michter’s Rye Whiskeys

Rosemary has a very inquisitive mind and she loves Michter’s Rye. She decided that she wanted to do a tasting of all of the products in the Michter’s Rye portfolio to see how they were alike as well as different.... Continue Reading →

Barefoot Manhattans: Bourbon Or Rye?

Rosemary Miller and I both love Manhattans, so much so that we decided to start studying them. We will be breaking them down into their parts to examine how each one works and documenting our journey along the way. We... Continue Reading →

Willie Pratt: A Wealth Of Experience

I don’t recall where I was when first heard Willie Pratt speak but I do know he impressed me with what he was saying about aging whiskey. So much so that I asked him to be on a panel at... Continue Reading →

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