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Magnum Cream Liqueur Review

It’s been a very mild winter here in Maryland this year and it’s a shame because one of my favorite adult beverages after a morning of shoveling snow is some Baileys Irish Cream in my coffee. It’s a good combination … Continue reading

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Suntory Whisky Toki – Tasting Notes

Suntory Whisky is a distillery that’s been in business since 1899 and most whisky fans have known about them, seeing as they’re one of the only Japanese whisky brands available in the United States (I’m not aware of any others … Continue reading

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Booker’s Tasting Notes (Batch 2015-04)

The first time I sipped Booker’s I had no idea what I was in for. My wife bought it for me as a gift. It came in this nice wooden box, the bottle looked cool, and the sauce inside looked … Continue reading

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Glen Moray 16yo Tasting Notes

Glen Moray is a Speyside distillery located in Laich O’Moray (The Laich of Moray), an agricultural coastal plain located in Moray. Laich means low lying land and Moray is a local council area of Scotland, located in the north-east and … Continue reading

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Glen Garioch 1797 Founder’s Reserve Tasting Notes

The Highland region is massive. It’s basically all of northern Scotland with a little chunk removed, named Speyside, and is home to many well known distilleries like Glengoyne, Glenmorangie, Edradour, Dalmore, Macallan, Oban… the list goes on and on. Funny … Continue reading

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