This Vodka is produced from a mix of wheat, barley, rye, and corn. Decent vodka but a bit pricey for what it is.
Always a great whiskey, unlike many over the years they have not changed the age or found a way to cheapen it at a cost to the taste, Was and still is a great whiskey.
An interesting and slightly quirky whiskey. Well worth a try.
A blend of organic ingredients (five: juniper, rosemary, lemon, grapefruit and ginger). Singular and unique in a nice way.
The white dog version of Pappy Van Winkle.
A very complex, multilayered orange experience in the form of an artisan vodka.
Infinitely better than some of the other tea infused spirits I have had.
An excellent starter whiskey to get the fear of flavor vodkabots to drink something with taste rather than as a delivery system for ethanol.
Locally sourced ingredients, environmentally friendly and tastes outstanding
Almost more of an old Genever style than a American Whiskey
Actually not bad. Has some charm, refreshing on a hot day, and is cheap enough.
A outstanding corn whiskey that is 1/2 the cost of some of the competition and a excellent product on its own merits.
This vodka is produced in Moldova from winter wheat.
A revelation in the aged gin category where less(time) is actually more in the impact. Please bury me with a supply of this.
Nicely done 4 grain white whiskey that is mellow and delightful on its own.
A well done and tasty whiskey made with sincerity, craft, and a good degree of skill.
First new Grey Goose flavor in five years. Lets hope they wait another five before they inflict another one….
Actually O.K. If you are looking for a Citron flavored vodka
A lovely exotic vodka using real exotic fruit not some made up chemicals unlike some.
Hot, yet subtle – just the way we like them.
Somehow they captured the essence of Kaffir lime in a a bottle. Marvelous !
It is the “Arts and Crafts Movement” version of vodka.
A artisanal vodka with really outstanding flavor.
An interesting and dangerously easy to drink young smoked whiskey.
One of the best four grain whiskies we have had.
Not only do you get the extra proof but a lot of subtle aging characteristics and aromas that would have been lost in the proofing down process! Worth the extra money for the extra proof and all the goodness that comes with it!
One of the best buys in bourbon right now. Yes, it is a relatively mass-produced whiskey, but it is a nicely done barrel-proof release of good bourbon to start with and the price/value ratio is a lot higher than a lot of newer craft whiskies that frankly are not as good – especially for the money.
Frankly not as big a fan of this release compared to those in the past.
Well done and complex. An easy-to-drink, smooth, and interesting without being a challenge. Nice enough to buy and cheap enough to be an everyday.
Great deal for $50 these days, beats out the Elijah Craig Barrel Proof at $20 more on value. Bothe however are some of the best buys in Bourbon currently.
An excellent batch to kick off the new year! A touch higher proof than the last but very harmonious and some good depth to it.