Corsair Quinoa Whiskey Review

Corsair Quinoa Whiskey

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, I’m constantly intrigued by “non-traditional” grain bills used in whiskey and the Corsair Quinoa Whiskey is no exception. Until recently all I knew of Corsair is that they are always experimenting with something in their Nashville Tennessee facility. Boasting a whopping 22 different spirits on their…

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Kansas Clean Distilled Whiskey Review

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White Dog, White Lightning, Moonshine – it seems like everyone is making some sort of clear whiskey and Kansas Clean Distilled Whiskey seems to be one of the more “interesting” on the market. The Kansas website say’s their product is a “new whiskey for new whiskey drinkers” which I find a bit odd since most…

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Breckenridge Bourbon Whiskey Review

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Does aging great bourbon take time? Most of us would agree and emphatically say yes but the question is how much time? This bottle of Breckenridge Bourbon up for review is definitely one of the youngest – aged for only 2-3 years! I can hear some of you asking “How can this be any good…

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My Whiskey Cabinet | Collection of a Whiskey Enthusiast

Whiskey Bar or Whiskey Cabinet - Whiskey With Ryan's Home Collection

I recently added the 75th bottle of whisk(e)y to my home collection. It seems like just yesterday that I was excited to reach bottle number 50 but since I regularly host private whiskey tastings my whiskey cabinet seems to grow exponentially these days. I am often asked, “What will you do when you get to…

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Balvenie DoubleWood Whisky Review

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It’s not easy being an American Whiskey & Bourbon fan attempting to tiptoe into the diverse world of Scotch. The prices tend to be higher, the flavors unique and the selections broader. I try Scotches on occasion but have yet to find a bottle that I would prefer over something out of my whiskey collection…until…

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Masterson’s Rye Whiskey Review

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I have a long-standing love for Rye whiskey, for those of you who know me well you have probably had to endure a longstanding Rye Whiskey phase where it was basically all that I purchased for my home bar. For the last year or so I have tried to steer clear of buying any Ryes…

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Cleveland Whiskey Black Reserve Bourbon Review

Cleveland Whiskey Black Reserve Bourbon

It’s new, it’s mysterious and it’s causing quite the ruckus in the whiskey community. Introducing the latest Ohio based Bourbon – Cleveland Whiskey’s Black Reserve Bourbon. By definition this new spirit meets the technical standards to be called Bourbon but that’s about the only thing standard about their secret process. I’ve written earlier articles explaining…

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Breuckelen Distilling 77 Wheat Whiskey Review

Breuckelen Distilling 77 Wheat Whiskey

By now you should know that I’m a sucker for single grain whiskeys so of course my interest was peaked when I learned of this 100% Wheat Whiskey by Breuckelen Distilling. Like a lot of craft distillers this is a small operation and everything from milling the grains to the bottling takes place in their…

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Whiskey Terms and Definitions from A-Z

A-Z Whiskey Terms

While drinking whiskey is easy, remembering all the different terms and definitions to discuss and define whiskey can be a more daunting effort. To help alleviate any confusion and help shed some light on some of the stranger terms we whiskey enthusiasts use I put together a a comprehensive list from letter A to Z…

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Few Spirits Bourbon Whiskey Review

Few Spirits Bourbon Review

I can’t remember exactly where I first heard about Few Spirits Bourbon but I do know that this bottle has been popping up on everyone’s radar the past few months. Maybe it’s the unique bottle and label design (which pays homage to the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893) or their claim to be the 1st…

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