Whisky

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Woodford Reserve 1838 Sweet Mash

Bourbon is a whiskey with a long history of tradition and craftsmanship. Very few spirits, let alone other whiskies, have bourbons well...

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Maker’s Mark Bourbon

One of my favorite bourbons is Maker’s Mark, plain and simple. This whisky is big, bold and surprisingly smooth. The main thing I like...

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Forty Creek Barrel Select Whisky

There are very few independent Canadian whisky distillers left, but Forty Creek is one of them, and a good one at that. The Forty Creek...

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Seagrams VO

The Seagram’s brand has a long history in the whisky market. Seagram’s VO is a very common whisky in North America and many bartenders...

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Premium Canadian Whisky

Most people’s impression of Canadian whisky is that it is a rather uninteresting spirit with little depth. I think the reason for this is...

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Johnnie Walker Swing

The house of Johnnie Walker has been a mainstay in the scotch market for many years. For good or bad, they have created whisky branding...

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Distinguishing Between Malt and Blended Whisky

This is the first article, in a series, that will be intermingled with the other posts over the next few months. Basically, I’ve been...

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Whisky Tasting

After the last two post (Malt vs. Blend and Whisky vs Cognac) I think it would be good to tie up some loose ends and discuss some of the...

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Old Unopened Bottles of Whiskey

It seems people are finding lots of old bottles of whisky that are still sealed and are wondering whether they are still good and what the...

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Crown Royal

To start my Canadian whisky review I figure I should start with the royalty of Canadian whisky, Crown Royal, and one of the standards by...