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Maker's Mark

The Catcher Sans the Rye Maker's Mark

This is an abbreviated version of an entry I posted on my blog today. Go there for bonus content, like an Elvis videoMaker's Mark. The red wax seal, the squarish bottle. It's a very popular bourbon. I'd…

@OdysseusUnboundBy @OdysseusUnbound about one month ago 1 981

Four Roses Single Barrel

Vanilla custard with roses Four Roses Single Barrel

Four Roses single barrel. Warehouse: MWBarrel: 50 2FFresh bottle, this dram has been sitting out for about 45min while I mounted a TV on the wall...Nose: Very floral. Sweet flower petals. Vanilla custard…

@casualtortureBy @casualtorture2 months ago 3 791

Tincup American Whiskey

A respectable rye Tincup American Whiskey

If I had paid more attention to the label I might have noticed that this mainly consists of "high-rye bourbon" from Indiana. MGP? Most likely, though the whiskies they are known for are not high-rye…

@MegawattBy @Megawatt2 months ago 1 1083

Old Grand Dad 114

Grandad hasn't retired yet Old Grand Dad 114

Old Grandad 114Word on the street was that good ol' JB was considering discontinuing this popular and affordable high proof bourbon. Thankfully that didn't come to fruition. I picked this bottle up in…

@casualtortureBy @casualtorture2 months ago 2 1082

Blanton's Straight From The Barrel

Mildly Burnt Sugars Blanton's Straight From The Barrel

Blanton's Straight from the Barrel is a special release by Buffalo Trace, launched in 1984 by master distiller Elmer T. Lee. It was – at the time – the first single barrel bourbon ever. By now that has…

@markjedi1By @markjedi12 months ago 2 186

Pikesville 6 Year Old 110 Proof Straight Rye

Roaring Oak! Pikesville 6 Year Old 110 Proof Straight Rye

Six years seems young, but for an American whiskey, that is already quite well matured. This Pikesville is a straight rye whiskey, which means the main ingredient is rye, in this case upholstered with…

@markjedi1By @markjedi12 months ago 1 087

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