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Four Roses Single Barrel Tasting Notes

As scotch whisky prices creep upward, I’ve been dabbling in the world of bourbons and other domestically produced whiskies. There’s a whole rich world of spirits here, a rapidly growing craft distilling culture, so why limit myself? I’m sure you’d … Continue reading

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Bourbon: Scotch Whisky’s Cheaper But Still Awesome Cousin

There’s a reason why a lot of folks think scotch drinkers are snobs – it’s a (relatively) pricey dram. But so is anything that’s been stored in a warehouse for 12+ years and then exported over the Atlantic ocean. The … Continue reading

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Four Roses Bourbon: Small Batch, Single Barrel & Yellow Bourbon

One of the great pleasures of writing about Scotch all the time is that it gives you a good basis by which to “compare” other spirits. Recently, I had the opportunity to sample a few different expressions from Four Roses … Continue reading

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