#Bourbon Whiskey

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E.H. Taylor Small Batch: Where to Buy It, What It Is and Why It's So Popular

Everything you need to know about the most popular bourbon whiskey on shelves today. This time: E.H. Taylor, Jr. Small Batch Bourbon, the beachhead accessible bottle within the EHT collection. What is E.H. Taylor Small Batch?. First released in 2013, E.H. Taylor Small Batch is the entry-level expression in the...
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Whiskey Review: Wonderland Blend of Straight Whiskeys Cask Strength

Editor’s Note: This whiskey was provided to us as a review sample by Wonderland Distilling. This in no way, per our editorial policies, influenced the final outcome of this review. It should also be noted that by clicking the buy link towards the bottom of this review our site receives a small referral payment which helps to support, but not influence, our editorial and other costs.
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Molson Coors Announces First Foray Into Spirits, ‘Five Trail’ American Whiskey

Stirring things up in the spirits industry, Molson Coors is launching a blended American whiskey this September. The company’s first full-strength spirit, Five Trail, will be released under the new banner, Coors Whiskey Co., and made in partnership with Kentucky’s Bardstown Bourbon Co. “This is not just about acquiring a...
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Molson Coors launches ultra-premium whiskey brand

Molson Coors Beverage Company will launch its first spirit in September: a blended American whiskey called Five Trail. The 95-proof ultra-premium beverage is made in partnership with Kentucky's Bardstown Bourbon Co., and is a blend of Colorado single-malt whiskey made with Coors malts and three bourbons, cut to proof with Rocky Mountain water.
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When Can You Buy This Year’s Pappy Van Winkle? Consult Our Whiskey Release Schedule.

Like the Shamrock Shake, Shark Week and PSL season, limited-edition whiskies are hotly anticipated throughout the year, their fleeting nature heightening excitement and — when you’re actually able to score a bottle — enjoyment. As competition for rare bottles stiffens with each passing day, a game plan is required. Get started with our rare whiskey release calendar, which will help you anticipate upcoming launches.
Food & DrinksTrendHunter.com

Toasted Brown Rice Whiskeys

Basil Hayden Toast is a super-premium Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey that challenges what people know about American whiskey and it invites all sorts of drinkers, new and familiar, to experience what it has to offer. Rather than being made with regular rye grain, the product is made with brown rice grown in the United States, which is said to offer "a hint of sweetness and a touch less spice, while a secondary toasted barrel finish draws out notes of caramelized sugar and toasted wood." After aging, the toasted brown rice is blended with more brown rice bourbon that has been rested in level four char barrels for an even more complex flavor profile.
Los Angeles, CAimbibemagazine.com

Los Angeles Sour

A modern sipper for Southern California. In an effort to create a cocktail that would represent Los Angeles, Fellow bar director Adam Fournier looked to the Los Angeles Cocktail from The Savoy Cocktail Book for inspiration. With lemon, whisky, sugar, egg, and a dash of Italian vermouth, “nothing about it reads as LA,” says Fournier. “I ditched the light blended whiskey for a house blend of whiskies that amplified those flavors. Next, the sweetener was changed to piloncillo (aka panela) sugar. It’s an unrefined cane sugar very typical of Latin America that plays into the heritage of Los Angeles while adding in an incredibly earthy robust flavor to compliment the whiskey blend. After that the whole egg was dropped in favor of an egg white for that more traditional frothy, whiskey sour texture. Finally, the original splash of vermouth is turned into a vermouth reduction that is layered on the bottom of the glass. This creates more of a complex mulled wine flavor and because the rest of the drink is layered over this reduction, it creates a sour that evolves over time while looking like a beautiful Los Angeles sunset.”
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Manhattan's first legal whiskey distillery since Prohibition opens this month

The first (legal) whiskey distillery in Manhattan in over a century is set to open this summer!. Great Jones Distilling Co. is coming to NoHo on August 21, a project by Proximo Spirits (which owns Mexico-based Jose Cuervo tequila). The whiskey-making will be led by head distiller Celina Perez, marking Manhattan's first return to whiskey production since Prohibition. In fact, Great Jones' building at 686 Broadway was built during Prohibition.
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Molson Coors to Enter Spirits Market With September Whiskey Launch

Molson Coors Beverage Company next month will release its first full-strength spirit, a blended American whiskey made with Coors malt and Rocky Mountain water called Five Trail. Under the banner Coors Whiskey Co., Five Trail is slated to roll out Sept. 1 via Molson Coors’ distributor network at better liquor...
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Daily Libations August 2021

Introducing the new Garden & Gun Club at Stitzel-Weller Distillery and the perfect Paper Plane cocktail made with Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Greetings and welcome to this month’s iteration of Daily Libations! I had the pleasure of sitting down with Whiskey Educator, Doug Kragel, of Diageo, the parent company of Stitzel-Weller Distillery to discuss all things whiskey. This month, we will discuss a little history, a lot of flavor and an absolute gem of a brand, Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. There is also a new kid on the block to venture out to, the new Garden & Gun Club nestled nicely into the Stitzel-Weller Distillery campus. We will discuss this in more detail below.
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Stitzel-Weller Distillery Opens New Garden & Gun Club

Fans of both Bourbon whiskey and the magazine Garden & Gun will have a new destination to visit. Stitzel-Weller Distillery tells BourbonBlog.com they are opening the Garden & Gun Club at their distillery in Shively, Kentucky. The destination cocktail bar, inspired by Garden & Gun Magazine’s hospitality franchise, is located on the second floor of the Stitzel-Weller Distillery offering unique food and drink experience.
LifestyleTennessee Tribune

Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey Acquires Additional 53.12 Acres Along Highway 231 to Expand its Distillery

Nashville, TN (TN Tribune)–Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey, the fastest-growing American whiskey brand in U.S. history, announced today that it closed a $2.1 million deal to purchase an additional 53.12 acres of land on Highway 231 North that abuts its Nearest Green Distillery. The additional land will bring the distillery’s total acreage to 323.12 and extend its frontage to over half of a mile along the highway.
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The Mysterious Story Behind The World's Oldest Bottle Of Bourbon

In the world of rare whiskey and bourbon, an outstanding bottle that's been aged for a considerable period of time tends to fetch the highest prices. For example, the Macallan Fine and Rare 60 Year Old auctioned in 2019, took the title of most expensive whiskey in the world going for just under $2 million (via Elite Traveler). While the priciest bottles tend to be attention-grabbing, there is one bottle that is just as interesting thanks to its puzzling history. In April 2021, Skinner Auctioneers opened up what they called "the oldest currently known whiskey bottle" to bids (via Food & Wine).
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Column: Judging A Real Whiskey Contest Proved Eye Opening, Respect Boosting

You want to judge a whiskey competition someday? Join the crowd. one among many. Skipping work to judge dozens of unique spirits definitely makes for a good day. You got an ax to grind because whiskeys winning double golds and whiskey of the year honors aren’t the ones you think deserve it? I get it. We all shake our heads sometimes at those.
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