dbk

dbk

I am a scientist and a lover of good music, food, and drink. "Good" may be subjective, but that doesn't mean it's arbitrary...

Location: Denver, Colorado

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My whisky reviews (68)

  • An Cnoc 16 Year old - A Peculiar Fruit-and-Green Salad

    By dbk on 30th Oct 20112011-10-30T01:38:00

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    The anCnoc brand of Scotch whisky is the product of the Kockdhu distillery, so called to avoid confusion with whisky produced by the Knockando distillery. Situated in the highlands (near Huntley, in A… read more

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  • Ridgemont Reserve 1792 8 Year old - Banana Scented Polish

    By dbk on 20th Sep 20112011-09-20T01:05:00

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    1792 Ridgemont Reserve is the work of the Barton 1792 Distillery distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky. After Buffalo Trace, Barton 1792 is Sazerac’s “other” Kentucky distillery. Originally the Tom Moore … read more

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  • Old Rip Van Winkle's 15 year old Family Reserve - A Taste of History

    By dbk on 15th Aug 20112011-08-15T01:55:00

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    The late Julian P. “Pappy” Van Winkle is one of the great icons of American whiskey. Beloved for his bourbon, rye, and witticisms such as “We make fine bourbon/At a profit if we can/At a loss if we mu… read more

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  • Booker's Small Batch Bourbon - The Candy Bar

    By dbk on 5th Aug 20112011-08-05T00:53:00

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    Jim Beam White Label is the best-selling bourbon in the United States (after recalling the fact that Jack Daniels doesn’t technically qualify as a bourbon), but the Jim Beam mash bill is used for several… read more

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  • Knob Creek Single Barrel - Dark Chocolate

    By dbk on 5th Aug 20112011-08-05T00:49:00

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    Jim Beam White Label is the best-selling bourbon in the United States (after recalling the fact that Jack Daniels doesn’t technically qualify as a bourbon), but the Jim Beam mash bill is used for several… read more

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