A really outstanding beer derived type of whiskey with a truly lovely taste of pleasant citrusy and piney hops – not the usual rancid tom cat piss smell you get from some hops. A crossover whiskey from the beer and hops making for an extremely drinkable whiskey. Slap a nipple on the bottle and send me to bed.
Spirit of the month
This is a review of the Rd Saw Rye Batch 13 which is the first sample of their 30 gallon barrel ryes. It is a significant departure from the younger expressions with the rye/oak ratio being in more balance.
An interesting milestone in their evolution.
Another later bath of Red Saw Rye that was aged a bit longer in the same size barrel but shows intriguing progress/evolution.
A somewhat oak forward rye but in a charming way rather than an oak stave between the eyes. A nice upward progression in terms of quality/taste in this rye.
A decent start that showed some hope.
Interesting Rhubarb and Vanilla Liqueur – Great cocktail possibilities for the inventive mixologist
A very interesting blend of oriental fruits and herbs Obviously has lots of Tiki drink potential.
One of the Best Orange Bitters We Have Ever Had ! – And That is Saying a LOT !
Truly Outstanding in Its Field.
Well Made, Complex and Delicious – Highly Recommend !
A very interesting bitter , a bit pricier than their usual array of bitters but worth having.
Not as multi textured as some of the previous releases. Heavy on the cinnamon with little whiskey influence.
I’m sorry but I just don’t get this one. Use a real lime or even one of hose plastic ones…
Overall I am not a fan of these
Hard to decide which of their soaps I like better. Always been a big fan of beer, sandalwood, and bourbon . Both are worthy and worth buying.
Damn fine and manly soap made with real Buffalo Trace Bourbon
Another notable addition or should I say another addition to the succession of barrel releases of their Four Grain Malt Whiskey.
Even though it is far younger it is very reminiscent of a good Lowland Scotch and other fine malt whiskies .
Value brand/expression. I won’t say disappointing, but I would have expected better from Wild Turkey.
I wish this was written years ago. Would have saved me a lot of headaches .
It would also have been a huge benefit to some of the competitors I have seen over the many years of being a judge at competitions
While better than a number of Bacardi’s rums around this price point, the “Havana Club” Añejo Blanco is ultimately disappointing.
Quick synopsis of the review
Finally a classy alternative to plastic cups poolside where glass is not allowed. Keeps drinks hot or cold for hours, impress hipsters and rednecks alike, not an easy trick to do !