Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Select Review

Today, we come to our close, mutual friend, Jack Daniels. Specifically, our focus is on their premium offering, Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Select Tennessee Whiskey. Standard Old No.7 struck us as having some potential but really ended up just sooty, sugary and a bit bland to be honest. Everything about JD Single Barrel, however, promises... Continue Reading →

Dry Fly Port Finish Wheat Whiskey Review

Whiskey has a long tradition with flavoring. Specifically, infusing wine flavoring by “finishing” whisky in a previously used wine barrel adds a few new layers of flavor. The Scots love to use Sherry and Port wine barrels to finish their single malts, and the results are often wonderful. But American whiskey? We’ve never really concerned... Continue Reading →

Woodford Reserve Review

Woodford Reserve has long been a well respected Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Woodford Reserve triple distills their whiskey in copper pot stills, rather than the more common double distillation used for flavoring reasons (why do you think vodka is distilled 47 times?) They also have their own cooperage to craft their own barrels, charring them to their... Continue Reading →

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