A stunningly different form of corn whisky, that is both groundbreaking and delightful.
A truly excellent whiskey bottled at the right time for its high points on aging and taste profile rather than waiting for an arbitrary older age to command more money at the price of quality.
One of the more floral and fruity single malts even among Speyside Drams, that I have had in a long time and a great bargain too!
Another Benriaxh Single Malt this on with more rum barrel influence and peat added to the mix.
Still a great buy at the price point and a bit more traditional ( read somewhat peaty)
A rather dramatic departure from the Smoky Ten, showing a fairly heavy peat smoke coupled with age and some interesting notes from the marsala influence.
A delicate variation/iteration from its sibling the Original Ten with an interesting, subdued yet flavourful melange. Also, Damn cheap compared on both age and quality in the Scotch arena.
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.
Breaking & Entering Bourbon is a Juvenile Delinquent, with lots of promising showing but a bit of a lightweight
“Fear Factor” comes to whiskey tasting!
A heavily maple finished Canadian whisky, new cocktail or breakfast staple for the dissipated ?
Damn fine and manly soap made with real Buffalo Trace Bourbon
Damn fine Bourbon and Favorite of the Elijah Barrel Proof releases so far!
Another Elijah Craig Barrel Proof Release. A bit lighter than some of the others but still good
Always a good solid bourbon. This batch seems a touch heavier on the nose in a nice way and delivers a full-bodied hearty bourbon at a modest price
Well done slightly more approachable off the shelf than some of the other releases and a good buy for the money.
Highly recommend this particular release as the pick of the litter for this year! Less oak and char notes and a touch sweeter.
Grab it if you can!
Gateway rye at best. Great for newbies of rye but too light in character to recommend to anyone else
One of the cheapest drinkable bourbons around . Usually can be found for $20 or so which is a steal these days for anything in a glass bottle and halfway decent.
Drier and woodier than previous vintages, giving you a rich oakiness similar to a much older bourbon without the cost.
Much heavier in all departments than former releases. Could almost believe it was a Scotch…
Pay more, get less, but collectible I guess? If you want to collect them all or want to show off a limited availability bottle go ahead, otherwise pass on this one.
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 .
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.
Surprisingly pleasant and drinkable, despite having a large, venomous, pit viper in it. We put the geek back into Spirits Geek with this one.
A stunning achievement in both whiskey distilling and aging. While Parker Beam did not live to see this whiskey bottled I am sure he would be proud of it.
I’m pretty sure if Parker Beam was still alive he would drink this – it’s that good.
Delicious, complex and smooth everything you might want for a great price.
Decent if not spectacular. More of an investment than a drinking bottle for the low-life bottom feeders that engage in such a trade as it will no doubt be a limited edition and much sought-after bottle. Yes, I think a Heaven Hill aficionado would enjoy it quite a bit and it is worth trying if you can, but maybe not buying an entire bottle as it is pricey for what it is. Leave it to the speculators and shallow egotists and buy some of their more modestly priced releases for enjoyment.
A decent start that showed some hope.
An interesting and dangerously easy to drink young smoked whiskey.