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Hugh Sims

Tonight's pour - bourbon is good!

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Salena Carroll

Today's treat. Delish....

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Laurence Cooper

At the end of 2020, Barton 1792 Distillery released its first expressions of Thomas S. Moore Bourbons. The 2022 releases include Madeira, Cognac, Sherry, and Merlot extended finishes. I’ve had a chance to review each one. Cheers!

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user-398

Today may be April Fools’ Day, but this is no joke. I’m sure you’ve run into people like this. They’ve forced us to repair the lousy reputation we’re burdened with carrying, which will be an uphill battle.

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OsmondDuncan

Pairs nicely with cigar

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  • Cheryl Hammond

    BT is the best at it's price point... and better than some others at a higher price...

Ash Ballard

Picked this up yesterday. Reluctant not a big JD fan. I guess #7 ruined me. All I can say is Wow! Not a heavy burner at 94 proof. But very delicious and drinkable. Hints of Cherry and Caramel and extremely smooth. Need to try the full proof next or Rare Breed Rye.

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LukeElledge

Today's treat. Delish...

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Bruno Pearson

Wild Turkey Rare Breed Bourbon has been on the market for over 30 years, since 1991. Since I have one from around 2001, I compared it to the modern Wild Turkey Rare Breed Non Chill Filtered to find out how much has changed over the decades.

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Addison Mason

Recent allocated finds. The Benchmark I believe is BT Distilleries lowest end and for lack of a better description it tastes like Diet bourbon.

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TristanCurry

Visiting my bro in Panama City Beach… any good bourbon spots? Looking for SPs/allocated stuff. Thanks in advance! Pic for attention

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WoodyStanley

Davie, FL Costco

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Maria

1st time to taste this. Outstanding!

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AlfWoolery

🥃Bourbon Face Mask's and More Bourbon Themed Goodies🥃 Bourbon Face Masks and Corn Hole Bags handmade from bags! Bourbon Themed Hats, Tumblers, Coin Dishes & More!

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Kelsey Read

It was a good one.

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Adam

Bourbon is a type of American whiskey, distilled from a mash made primarily of corn.

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  • Bruno Pearson

    It's great high end products. The special limited run products are spot on!

Kelsey Read

Interesting finds with decent pricing in cherry hill today!

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  • Lincoln

    Say Cheers and start taking your peg.....

Andrea Hicks

Wheater showdown…

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  • Lincoln

    I personally think the 107 is more well rounded than the 46 cask strength but the later is honestly great for being easy to find relative to 107.

  • FionaGoodman

    Not only is it good but the bottle is a very nice one at that.

Larry Carline

Enjoying this exquisite pour from Blue Run Spirits ! High Rye Bourbon Batch 2. Damn Jim did it on this one! Definite buy if you see it…

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  • Lincoln

    I just picked a bottle of this up in DC

TristanCurry

Tonight's pour, New Riff Single Barrel.. Happy Saturday 👍🥃

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  • Cheryl Hammond

    Very nice, great bottle, love the flavor.

Cheryl Hammond

My first post in the group, but the selection will get better. Yellowstone is really good!!!!

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  • Lincoln

    Isn’t Yellowstone expensive?

Lincoln

My Friday haul! Planning on drinking all the Old Foresters this weekend. Really enjoying the Penelope Four Grain Barrel Strength. I want to see how the toasted bottle compares. What do you think of these bottles.

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  • Kelsey Read

    I agree, it’s a decent pour, I will enjoy it for what it is, Cheers 🥃

Chandler Black

It was a good one.

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  • Kelsey Read

    One of my favorites,Good stuff. Cheers!

Bruno Pearson

1st time tasting this. Outstanding!

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Bruno Pearson

Today's Catch!

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FionaGoodman

Picked up a few familiar ones and a few not so familiar ones today.

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  • KenRamoss

    Good stuff! One of my favorites.

Ken Ramos

Picked this up today.

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Kelsey Read

Taste this 1792 bottle..

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  • Kelsey Read

    it's good..

  • Kelsey Read

    It’s too good

Fiona

Would anyone want to try this?

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  • OscarHewitt

    That Sauternes is my 2nd favorite Jeffersons after the Groth. Congrats on the finds.

OscarHewitt

Finally get to share with a friend! Also anyone else got a long finish that is exactly like a ginger snap? It just sits there 10-15-20 seconds after it is off your tongue.

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  • DaphneHoward

    Try this jefferson's really it's a good stuff.

Hazel

Found these on a work trip awhile back. The agave is a must try!

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  • Fiona

    One of the best bourbons I have on my shelf out of 100.

  • Kelsey Read

    yes

DaphneHoward

Having drinks with the guys other week.

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KenRamoss

My drink for tonight.

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Fiona

Just did the neck pour!

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Hazel

Anyone tried this one? Pretty smooth neat…. Thoughts?

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OscarHewitt

Broke open my new addition for a nightcap 🥃

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C-NOTE

Peyton Manning signed 🖋

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Kelsey Read

Picked up my lottery winnings this afternoon. It doesn't say Pappy on the bottle, but it's close enough...

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Larry Carline

Blood Oath Pact 8 from Lux Row Distillers is out! This year's release features a Calvados finish. My review discusses this Bourbon and if it is worth the cost of admission. Cheers!

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Daphne

Today's haul...

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Maria

Cool, Snip it Video...

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Bruno

Now that’s a festive cocktail…love it 🐰

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  • Eva Schultz

    Loved it, good stuff.

Cheryl

Out of curiosity, tried this Buffalo Trace it's amazing stuff.

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Osmond

Bourbon….not just for sipping😍enjoy your every sip🥃🥂

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  • Eva Schultz

    My additions for today.

Andrea

I had a pretty good day today...

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Eva Schultz

My bottle collection🥂🥃😍

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Eva Schultz

2 of my VMI classmates came into town and we had a great bourbon night!

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Robert

Highly allocated bottle release yesterday.Good stuff🥂

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Salena

Tonight's pour, Happy WEEKEND👍🥃

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Lorelei Motley

Finally completed my project. Have to get a few more for the collection. Have room for more...

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  • Kelsey Read

    Every time you cheers all I see is your collection behind the night’s pour….

  • Maria

    Just got one, glad it is good!

Tristan

Cheers y’all! Everyone raving so had to go hunt down a bottle for the tasting collection.

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BourbonMitch

Cheers everyone! This site has so much information and super excited to start getting engaged with everyone!

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Houston B-burn guy

Drinking Jefferson Single Barrel Bourbon on Kentucky Derby Day

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homicidecop1189

New Limited Release

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homicidecop1189

The Bourbon Trail begins !

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homicidecop1189

Stop 2

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homicidecop1189

Stop 3

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homicidecop1189

Amazing tour at Bardstown. Tour with the master . If you get a chance , do it !

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homicidecop1189

Oscar Getz museum

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homicidecop1189

Haven Hill Bourbon Experience

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homicidecop1189

Day 2

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homicidecop1189

Evan Williams Experience

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Guts

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Bourbon Buff

Bought this yesterday at TW, nice flavors at a decent price

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homicidecop1189

The haul from the Bourbon Trail weekend

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Mark Harmon

A BOURBON TRAIL YOU CAN EXPLORE If you’re heading to Kentucky anytime soon, you’d be remiss to skip a trip down the Bourbon Trail. With 37 distilleries, bourbon-themed restaurants, and historic hotels, it’s an adventure every bourbon fanatic needs to experience. Even casual consumers will love it. You get to explore Kentucky history and the roots of the Bourbon industry, which are undeniably intertwined. By bus, bike, or the Bourbon Boat, you can experience the birth of America’s spirit firsthand. Yes, you could drive yourself too. But if you plan to sample the spirits, we don’t suggest it. Bourbon is 80 proof at a minimum, so driving after imbibing is never an option.

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KenRamoss

The best in the market! Must Try!

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KenRamoss

Ain’t No Thanksgiving Like A Sipn Thanksgiving! Cheers to Bourbon! As the festivities approach, most of us are getting into the mood to get together and celebrate with our loved ones. Thanksgiving is the time to come together, spend time with family and friends and enjoy some Bourbon. SipnBourbon.com, a new community for bourbon lovers soon to be released to the public, is sure to make your holidays more fun. With the upcoming celebrations, you’re bound to hear people making plans for a Thanksgiving weekend filled with food, games, and plenty of adult beverages. Why not up your game this year, and make it stylish with a bottle of Heaven's Door or Four Roses Single Barrel Bourbon? A popular type of American whiskey, Bourbon is a barrel-aged distilled liquor made primarily from corn. Although Bourbon can be made anywhere in the United States, it is strongly associated with the South and its birthplace in Kentucky. Enhance your parties by serving up some delicious oak-infused and rich caramel-flavoured bourbon to share with your loved ones. When you’re planning to unwind with your close ones, include Bourbon whiskey to shake it up a bit. So for all those worried about what to drink during the holidays...choose wisely and select Bourbon! Celebrate togetherness with a drink that loves you back, get over grudges and make amends with that one friend that always gets on your nerves. Spread love and cheer by sharing a Bourbon, whether it be with loved ones around a cosy fireplace or chatting with them virtually. Bourbon gives you enough more reason to be thankful for the season. The distinct flavour profile that Bourbon has, makes it even more enticing when you’re enjoying it in a cocktail, on the rocks, or neat. Truly, this unique whiskey whose flavours are shaped by deliberate distillation and ageing, is one that you must familiarize yourself with as you enjoy the fun. Bourbon has a distinct and versatile flavour profile, giving you the freedom to entice your palette by enjoying it neat, on the rocks, or in a fancy cocktail. A truly unique whiskey whose flavours are created through a calculated distillation and ageing process. Understanding this process only enhances your enjoyment of Bourbon, and the SipnBourbon communities will help in getting you to understand each and every step and its importance. It is the time to get to know people in your neighbourhood, open a new bottle of Bourbon, and you’ll see! The SipnBourbon app has been intuitively designed to cater to people, who enjoy and are open to exploring the world of Bourbon. The wait won't be too long, SipnBourbon will be here soon, and in the meantime, just enjoy your Thanksgiving celebrations with a glass of bourbon and happiness all around you!

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KenRamoss

If you’re Gonna Get Sipn, Make Sure You Know What The Color of Your Bourbon Means Ever wonder how bourbon gets its color? You aren’t the only one. It’s but natural for most people to be confused by the true color of bourbon. Considering the sheer number of different ingredients, aging methods, and distillation techniques it’s hard to tell what makes the biggest impact on whether a bourbon has shades of amber, caramel, or mahogany. How many of you knew that bourbon actually starts clear…it’s absolutely mind-blowing but it is also 100% true! Bourbon actually starts as a clear liquid called “white dog” and gets most of that tempting brownish color we see, comes from aging several years in charred new oak barrels. The science behind the color is pretty straightforward, higher the level of char in the barrel, the darker the bourbon, and the woodier the flavor you get from the pour. Although uncommon, several popular companies like Woodford Reserve make a double-barreled version of their bourbon by placing it into a second charred or toasted barrel so that it will get even darker. Woodford Reserve Double Oaked is a shining, and delicious example of this very phenomenon. It’s amazing how several seemingly insignificant elements relating to how and where this spirit is stored can have a significant impact on its color. The Barrel Entry Proof, for instance impacts it directly.The higher the barrel entry proof, the lighter the color of the bourbon will be. This occurs due to the lesser quantity of water in the barrel, water dissolves natural sugars from the oak barrel much more efficiently than alcohol, the higher barrel proof leads to less color and lighter flavor. bulliet bourbon Buy best bourbon Sipn bourbon free delivery free delivery liquor-free delivery buy jim beam buy bourbon whiskey buy Woodford reserve. Sipn sipn sipnbourbon sipn bourbon sipn-bourbon. Buy bourbon buy bourbon in Texas, buy bourbon in Georgia buy best bourbon in Kentucky buy best bourbon The way barrels are stored can also affect the color of America’s spirit. Barrels stored on their sides tend to get plenty of air circulation along their sides and ends, leading to faster and more flavorful aging of Bourbon. This allows the bourbon to have more access to the thickest parts of the barrel (the staves), which may lead to a darker color. On the other hand, barrels that have been stored vertically age slower because of the decreased airflow they receive. They also end up getting more access to the barrel heads, which are much thinner and thus have less impact on color. Every time you open a new bottle of Bourbon, you’ll see the brown colour, you'll fall in love with Bourbon a little more! Get to know the all American drink with the Sipn app. It has been intuitively designed to cater to people, who enjoy and are open to exploring the world of Bourbon. Fret not, Sipn will be available to experience and use soon, in the meantime, just enjoy your glass of bourbon and treat yourself!

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KenRamoss

10 Things Every Bourbon Lover Needs To Know How many of us can say that Bourbon is our favorite drink? When you're a spirit enthusiast, merely saying that you are fond of it is not quite enough. Knowing some basics and keeping certain terminologies at the tip of your tongue is important. Sipn is a community of like-minded individuals who cherish and appreciate the finer things and know all there is to know about this great drink. As a Bourbon lover, here are a few things you need to know no matter what. Classification of Bourbon By law, in order to be classified as Bourbon, a liquor must be made from a grain mixture that is at least 51 % corn. It must always be aged in new charred-oak barrels and distilled to no more than 80 percent ABV. When the raw spirit is pumped into the barrels for aging, it must be no more than 62.5 percent ABV. Later, when it is bottled, bourbon has to be at least 40 percent ABV. Age Statement Some Bourbons come with a year marked on the bottle. This indicates the bourbon's age statement, which is the age of the youngest bourbon in the bottle. For example, a bourbon with an age statement of 10 years is made up entirely of bourbons that are at least 10 years old.  Bottling Proof The Proof is meant to give you an indication of the level of strength and alcohol that is present in the bottle. According to legend, the concept of “proof” came from soldiers in the British Royal Navy, who (back in the 18th century) had to douse their gunpowder in rum as a test of its potency. If the wet gunpowder still ignited, it was “proof” the alcohol content was high enough, 57% ABV. In the case of Bourbon, before most of it is bottled, the bourbon is diluted to 80 proof (40 percent ABV), which is the lowest the whiskey can be diluted to while still qualifying as a bourbon. This is done by bourbon producers to reduce costs and to make bourbon more palatable, without dilution, to a larger market.  Cask Strength For a bourbon to be considered cask strength, it cannot have been diluted before being bottled. Cask strengths vary greatly from barrel to barrel, depending on warehouse placement and weather conditions. It is safe to say that the strength of a bourbon depends primarily on how much it evaporates while aging, the more it evaporates, the lower proof the bourbon will have. Conversely, if more water evaporates, the final product will be higher proof. Straight Bourbon This term carries additional legal requirements beyond those of regular bourbon. A straight bourbon must be at least two years old, and if it is younger than four years, the bottle must carry an age statement that reflects the youngest bourbon in the bottle. Additionally, straight bourbon cannot contain any added colors or flavors. Mash Bill Mash ingredients, mash bill, or grain bill are the materials that brewers use to produce the wort (the liquid extracted from the mashing process during the brewing.) that they then ferment into alcohol. While all bourbon must contain at least 51 percent corn, the other 49 percent will vary depending on the distiller. Most bourbons, though, contain a mix of wheat, rye and barley. The more you drink bourbon, you will be able to note the differences in taste between different mash bills.  High Rye This denotes a bourbon that contains rye as its second main ingredient behind corn. High-rye bourbon is known for having a spicier and richer flavor than other bourbons. Wheater A wheater refers to a bourbon that contains wheat as its second main ingredient. Wheated bourbons usually taste sweeter than high-rye versions. Sour Mash Sour mash is made by adding a portion of previously used mash to a fresh batch, similar to using a sourdough starter for bread. This gives the mash a slightly sour aroma, but it doesn't affect the flavor of the finished product. This is done for two reasons: it helps with consistency from batch to batch, and this process lowers the batch's pH, which makes the fermentation process more efficient. Sweet Mash The very rare sweet mash bourbon occurs when only fresh yeast is added to a batch. This leads to a higher pH and produces flavors you wouldn't find in sour mashes. Now that you have all your basics in place, you’re ready to partake in any serious level conversations about your favorite drink. If you are already looking forward to joining a group of like-minded individuals and get started with your love for the drink, you can Get Sipn with us soon! We have something exciting coming your way that will change the way you think about this fabulous drink. While you wait, we’d love for you to sit back and enjoy a drink with your crew, and pat yourself on the back for knowing what every Bourbon lover needs to know to be taken seriously.  Cheers!  



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KenRamoss

5 Dos when Drinking Bourbon America’s homegrown whiskey has become one of the most popular pours around, and with so many bottles flooding the market, the usual place for the bottle, from being right at the back of the bar has turned into a crowd pleaser right in the front shelf, a place that could easily overwhelm the average drinker. So if you’re new to the world of Bourbon, here’s a few tips to get you Sipn on the all-American drink the right way! 

 • Always Read the Label For every newbie, it is rather important to learn how to decode bourbon labels. Bourbon is a very broad category, and knowing what the wording means can help you choose great over average. You must look for words like STRAIGHT. Your first and foremost indicator of purity will be this very word, that means they’re not adding anything to or adulterating the product, so you’re getting the real deal. Then, go for the age statement on the label, although you may not always find it, because it will tell you whether that bourbon is on the younger or older side.  
 • Don’t Overspend When you’re a new kid on the block, refrain from going to the most expensive bottles straight off the bat. Ensure you’ve tried a couple of average priced ones, found the flavour profile that suits your palate before you blow big bucks on your bottle of premium Bourbon. 
 • Avoid Shot Glasses While the flavors of bourbon can be quite different from Scotch whisky, sipping a neat pour from a Glencairn glass, a curved vessel typically reserved for scotch can do wonders for taste. The roma is a huge part of your bourbon experience and you definitely need a glass that lets you capture the aroma; think of a caramel-y, nutty, smell to get you excited and cue up the rest of your senses for the delicious pour about to follow.  A shot glass won’t enhance this experience, but a glass with a broad base and tapered top will do the trick.  

 • Don't Be Afraid of Dilution People think there’s only one way to drink bourbon, and that couldn’t be far from the truth. Water is not a dealbreaker with your drink whatsoever! The current trend for uncut, unfiltered, barrel-strength whiskeys means that most bourbons actually benefit from some dilution, because it takes off the heat and spiced notes and lets the sweetness shine through. So whoever tells you drinking Bourbon with water is a sin, can think again! 

 • Go Big With Your Ice Bourbon has big, bold flavors, so a little bit of ice and water won’t ruin anything. However, be wary of small, watery pieces of ice, that can dilute the spirit too quickly. Always try to freeze sizable chunks that chill your drink effectively but melt slowly, giving you the best taste without watering down what you have to drink. It is natural to want to be a little prepared when you start drinking a certain spirit for the first time! Lucky for you,the Sipn app has been intuitively designed to cater to people, who enjoy and are open to exploring the world of Bourbon. Enjoy with a glass of bourbon and keep these handy tips in mind if it’s your first time diving into the spirit. We can’t wait for you to Get Sipn too!

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KenRamoss

What's the Difference Between Bourbon and Whiskey? If you're not someone who drinks a lot of brown liquor, the difference between bourbon and whiskey might not seem all that evident and easy to spot. After all, both bourbon and whiskey look about the same. And to add to the possible confusion, if you just refer to bourbon as whiskey, you wouldn't be wrong! Bourbon is a type of whiskey, in the same way that champagne is a type of wine. So all bourbon is whiskey, but not all whiskey is bourbon. Makes sense? Well, let us get things clearer for you. How They are Defined By definition, Whiskey is a spirit distilled from fermented grain mash. The grain varieties include wheat, rye, barley, and corn, which are then aged in wooden barrels. Whiskey is made all over the world and there are many popular styles including Scotch whisky, Irish whiskey, and American whiskey. The most popular form of American whiskey is bourbon, which has its own specific distilling process and predefined norms in order to classify it as bourbon. To qualify, Bourbon needs to be produced in America and made from 51 percent corn, and whiskey does not. It also needs to be stored in new charred-oak barrels, whereas whiskey barrels need to be oak, but neither new nor charred. Lastly, to be called bourbon, the liquid needs to be distilled to no more than 160 proof and entered into the barrel at 125. For other whiskies the liquid must be distilled to no more than 190 proof. This isn’t just common practice; it’s touted as actual bourbon law. Where They Came From Historians can trace the origins of Whiskey back to Ireland, where there is evidence of it being distilled in the early 15th century. Because of its historical and geographical significance, there are strict legal guidelines in place to maintain quality standards and ensure that each type of whiskey maintains its unique attributes. There are many myths and legends about the origins of bourbon, but it's believed that it has been distilled in the United States since the late 18th century.  What You Need To Remember? Walking into a liquor store and picking out a bottle of whiskey can seem like a daunting process, and that’s why understanding the nuances and differences between each style of the spirit can help you find the whiskey that best suits your taste and intended serving style.  Whether it's bourbon or any other type of whiskey, there are years of work and centuries of history behind each bottle. Just remember, Bourbon, Scotch, and Rye are all types of whiskey, and they are all delicious! So stop stressing, and start Sipn with a group of like minded liquor enthusiasts.  The Sipn app has been intuitively designed to cater to people, who enjoy and are open to exploring the world of Bourbon. Get acquainted with the drink with us, because we can’t wait for you to Get Sipn when we launch!

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KenRamoss

aBest Bourbons For Your Thanksgiving Dinner   Thanksgiving can be so exhausting with your massive  family, extended family and a whole lot of friends all getting together to catch up after not seeing each other for a whole year. It’s the time to be grateful for all the things that life has blessed us with, and the time to give thanks to the mighty Bourbon that can help smooth over any tense encounters and maybe even build a few new flavorful bridges when we spend time with our close ones. https://www.winedeals.com/media/catalog/product/cache/f8d2cb12a17084a7445beefcce31e97a/w/i/wild_turkey_rare_breed_nv_750.png Wild Turkey Rare Breed Bourbon (116.8 Proof) What better brand of bourbon to bring on Thanksgiving than Wild Turkey? But Rare Breed isn’t just any bottle. This small batch bourbon is bottled at cask strength. All you need to do, is add a splash of water and let those vanilla, brown sugar and toasted oak flavors shine! Pair it up with your pumpkin pie and whipped cream and top off with a splash of bourbon while you’re whipping the cream. You’ll taste the magic! https://content.thirtyonewhiskey.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/27120506/00100lPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20191101151906294_COVER.jpg Maker’s 46 This particular bourbon is made by taking fully matured Maker's Mark Bourbon at cask strength and inserting specially seared French oak staves into the barrels. The bourbon finishes aging for a few months before bottling and those French oak staves added to the barrels are what gives Maker’s 46 the added dimension and a touch of dryness when you take a sip. This bourbon goes particularly well with a Thanksgiving chocolate pecan pie as it cuts through the richness of the decadent dessert.  https://thewhiskeywash.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/bmmb-f.jpeg Belle Meade Bourbon Madeira Cask Finish This bourbon is a little pricier than the others, but that’s due in part to the bourbon aging from 6-9 years and its wine finishing. It is finished with Malmsey Madeira, one of the world’s best fortified wines. It is a great dessert wine that lends a fruity backnote to the high-rye bourbon. Imagine sipping on this as a digestif after you’ve eaten yourself a good old Thanksgiving Turkey! What fun! 
 Wild Turkey 101 True Thanksgiving Special Bourbon is a time-honored Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey that is aged in the #4 “alligator char” barrels for extra complexity and depth of flavor. It is served at 101 Proof (50,5% ABV). The sweet, smooth, bold, and spicy with a pronounced orange peel finish flavor makes it absolutely perfect for your Turkey Day meal.    Celebrate the holidays with your best crew by your side, and you’ll make it a night to remember! What’s your favorite holiday season without a few glasses of your favorite spirit? Incomplete, that’s what. So sit back and get Sipn with us! The Sipn app has been intuitively designed to cater to people who enjoy and are open to exploring the world of Bourbon. Get acquainted with the drink with us, because we can’t wait for you to Get Sipn when we launch!

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KenRamoss

Bourbon: Getting To Know It’s Origins & History The favorite drink of adventurers, artists, accountants, and members of other professions, bourbon is popularly recognised as America's spirit. This drink is loved by the rich and common working class folk alike. But, what makes bourbon America’s spirit?  Here’s the brief history we’ve managed to gather. From traditional to straight bourbon whiskey, most bourbon is made in Kentucky, right on American soil. But what is it, exactly? Bourbon is a type of whiskey made from a mix of fermented grains (typically, corn, barley, and rye). To be called Bourbon, though, this whiskey has to meet a few legal requirements surrounding the mash bill, barreling, additives, and alcohol content. The mash must contain at least 51 percent corn; the spirit must be aged in newly charred white oak barrels, the mahogany-colored distilled spirit must also have a minimum of 40 percent alcohol by volume (ABV) and cannot contain flavorings or any other additives.  What does it taste like? Typically, bourbon boasts strong flavors of oak, caramel, marshmallow, and vanilla. The taste varies depending upon the type and its distillation process. For example, a higher amount of wheat grain used will result in a milder, more subdued flavor, whereas more rye indicates a more flavorful edge. What do we know about it’s history? When Scottish and Irish settlers arrived in America during the late eighteenth century, they brought their knowledge of distillation. These farmers, some of whom included Jacob Beam, Evan Williams, and Elijah Craig, - the creators of the now popular Bourbon brands incorporated corn into their distilling practices. The spirit gained popularity after the American Civil War. The abundance of corn as a crop meant that bourbon could be produced and consumed on a large scale. This period also saw the emergence of steam power, which accelerated production, thus increased supply, making it more readily available and accessible to enthusiasts. From 1920 to 1933, Prohibition ruined many bourbon distilleries. Some of the majors came back online once the country realized its mistake and repealed the 18th Amendment. After Prohibition ended in 1933, craft distilleries began to re-emerge with a new enthusiasm, and bourbon sales began to soar. By 1964, bourbon was recognized by the United States Congress as America’s Native Spirit.  Today, it is one of the most widely exported American spirits and has found its popularity in the form of small-batch and single-barrel top-tier bourbons.

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KenRamoss

Bourbon Cocktails You NEED to Try! For some reason, bourbon cocktails are still frowned upon by some purists. For the life of us, we can’t understand why. While there are certainly plenty of bourbons to reserve for sipping on their own, some bourbons work even better in the context of a cocktail. Whether you’re mixing it up for yourself or simply being a good host, these are the best bourbon cocktails to keep in your arsenal. The Bourbon Old Fashioned The most reliable of the bourbon cocktail bunch. The Bourbon Old Fashioned is one of those cocktails that any bourbon lover, aficionado or not will recognize at the drop of a hat. Part of the charm is that it’s a hard cocktail to get wrong. All you need to do is toss a sugar cube (or a teaspoon of sugar or simple syrup), a few dashes of bitters, and two ounces of your favorite bourbon into an old fashioned glass. Stir the drink until sugar dissolves, then add ice, stir to chill, and then garnish with an orange wheel and maraschino cherry. Mint Julep Another well-known-but-painfully-underrated bourbon cocktail, the Mint Julep was a cultural staple in the American south during the 19th and 20th centuries. What’s interesting is that it's still the official drink of the Kentucky Derby. This delicious cocktail involves adding bourbon to a Julep cup, along with simple syrup, fresh mint, and shaved ice, and turning it into a delicious adult treat that’s especially perfect in the summertime. John Collins Typically,  bourbon drinks are perfect for warming up on a cold winter’s night, but some summer-friendly options didn’t hurt anyone! Pick out a bourbon that will play well with strong citrus flavors, combine one and a half ounces of bourbon, an ounce of fresh lime juice, half an ounce of simple syrup in a Collins glass with ice. Top it off with club soda and garnish with an orange slice and a maraschino cherry.  Cherry-Bourbon Soda Can Cocktail This one’s a ridiculously simple cocktail. Pop open a can of cherry cola soda and sip a bit off the top. Add 1 1/2 ounces of bourbon, 1 ounce Campari, and a squeeze of fresh lime. No need to be super precise here, this is all about simplicity.  Kentucky Mule Swap vodka for bourbon in a Moscow mule and you’ve got the Kentucky mule! It’s bubbly, bright and bold: with zingy lime and a spicy whiskey finish. Even better: it’s so easy to make! There’s no shaking or stirring required: just pour it all into the glass. The mule has had a major comeback lately: but it’s a classic cocktail that’s solidified its place in cocktail history. Naughty But Nice Cocktail This Christmas cocktail has a refreshing and delicious taste that will make your mouth water. It’s made with orange juice, ginger syrup (gotta have some Christmas spice), and cranberry juice as well as club soda and finally, served over ice and garnished with orange slices and fresh cranberries. Perfectly spicy and festive all in one sip!  So don’t be afraid, and give it a go! You won’t need to pack a lot of bartending equipment, but you’ll still get the benefit of great bourbon cocktails with a minimum of effort. Lucky for you, Sipn will help you get acquainted with the drink and the intuitively designed app will help you explore more of the drink than you imagined! We can’t wait for you to Get Sipn when we launch.

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Three Bourbons You NEED TO TRY this Christmas! Tis the season! Even if you don’t have a tree in the house and aren’t making yourself batches of eggnog, having a good bourbon on hand for a little letting loose as the year winds down certainly isn’t a bad thing. We could all use a drink after this very long year.  Finding the best bourbons for Christmas means a lot of “vanilla” and “baking spices” flavor notes in line with the holiday! Are you ready? Let’s see the top 3 this season! Woodford Reserve Double Oaked Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey  This Bourbon is already matured in heavily-charred oak barrels, giving the spirit a lot of depth. These twice-toasted barrels are able to give it a low char for additional nine-months of finishing.  That classic hint of fruit-meets-caramel from Woodford is there on the nose, with a drop of honey next to marzipan. The palate embraces the fruit and gets a little dry while Christmas spices, candied fruit, vanilla, and fatty nuts build on the tongue. The sip has a nice linger that feels rounded and warm but never hot. A little water brings out a spiced caramel apple nature that just works.  This is a fine drink to have with a little ice or water. It also works really well with eggnog! Balcones Texas Pot Still Bourbon Whisky This Bourbon from Waco, Texas is one of the most unique picks on the list. The hot Texas Hill Country days and cold nights help this juice intensify as it rests in the barrels. The end result might not be for everyone but it’s certainly something that will expand your palate. Imagining saddle leather, toasted oak, kettle corn, and sweet apples that greet your senses. The palate has a pecan pie edge with a vanilla whipped cream body that touches on more leather, apple, and oak. That soft vanilla carries onto the end with hints of sweet applewood smoke and a final note of tobacco spice.  This is a great drink to pair with a pie after a big holiday dinner, especially if we’re talking about a pecan or apple pie. Belle Meade Bourbon Whiskey This revival from the Nelson brothers of Nelson Green Brier has become an almost instant classic. The drink is a high-rye bourbon that’s small-batched from only four barrels per bottling. It is then proofed with that soft Tennessee water and bottled. Florals and citrus mix with light maple syrup and a sense of caramel. The palate carries on that caramel path and adds rich vanilla, plenty of sharp rye spice, and a nice dose of apricot. The finish is long and with a little water brings about dark candied cherries inside a spicy, rich, nutty, and plummy Christmas cake. There is no denying that this bourbon really vibes with the season. Pour it in some eggnog or mulled wine or make Boulevardier cocktails with it. We can’t wait for you to try it! When there’s a chill in the air, the night begins earlier, and the cool wintery nights are en route…. it is the time of year for bourbon. Celebrate the festivities and deck the halls with your favorite spirit!  So, what are you waiting for? Just Get Sipn with us!

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SIPN Bourbon Drinks to Keep Handy At Brunch When you think of brunch cocktails, you probably imagine a fresh pitcher of mimosas or a tall, fancy looking Bloody Mary. It’s pretty common for most brunches to be dominated by drinks like vodka, champagne, and other clear liquors dominate the cocktail menu. But when you really think about it and dig a little deeper: there are a lot of ways to make light refreshing cocktails and pair your breakfast treats with a good glass of bourbon, and Sipn will help you understand what you can try. Shake things up and impress your cocktail-loving friends as you explore our twists on old favourite brunch recipes from mimosas to cinnamon rolls and much more with Sipn. The Bloody Widow Bourbon Meets the Bloody Mary in this classic cocktail. You don’t have to be a brunch aficionado to have a preference between Bloody Marys and Mimosas. Get your favorite bourbon and add a slice of bacon and potato straws to make the Bloody Widow, a hearty brunch cocktail sure to make bourbon a staple of your Sunday morning drink menu. Cold Brew and Bourbon Cocktail Take your coffee up a notch, by pairing your favorite cold brew coffee and bourbon. With a dash of maple syrup and nutmeg, this drink works wonders for a morning pick-me-up or a nightcap after a scrumptious meal. Trust us, whether you are serving up a glass for yourself or making a pitcher for friends, the Cold Brew and Bourbon Cocktail will be one of your go-to drinks year round. Whiskey Chai Tea If you prefer chai to coffee, you need to try this delicious cocktail with a variety of spices to complement various bourbons. Be sure to use fresh spices to bring out the flavors in your tea, and slow down as you make it to enjoy the full experience of rest and relaxation. Seelbach Splash Some Bourbon in Your Mimosa, and sip on the delicious mixture of bourbon, bitters, orange liqueur and sparkling wine. Classy, smooth and a true brunch companion, this drink will have you wondering why you ever settled for something less with your favorite meal of the week. So don’t be afraid, and give it a go! Try Bourbon for your next brunch outing, and rest assured that Sipn will help you get acquainted with the drink. Our intuitively designed app will help you explore more of the drink than you imagined! We can’t wait for you to Get Sipn with us!

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Topic: 5 Bourbons to try this spring All the bourbon drinkers at Sipn know that bourbon is actually a style of whiskey that is accessible to anyone, no matter what your experience! We don’t believe there are ‘best’ bourbons, but there are certainly some of the good ones that go perfectly with occasions. So, mix up a drink and toast to spring! Here are 5 Bourbons you should try this Spring season: Knob Creek https://www.liquor.com/thmb/xmAOFsZ2e8BOii9VSPfZCY4EAkU=/800x0/filters:no_upscale():max_bytes(150000):strip_icc():format(webp)/1-knob-creekwine.com-385805755fca4672b64e7b01b46c3adf-8747e7aff91142f28491754292fbde2f.jpg Nothing can beat the classic flavours of vanilla, caramel and dried fruit while enjoying a sunny evening in Spring. Knob Creek, a 9year old bourbon is a great way to start your Spring vacay. This bourbon works as well in a cocktail as it does when sipped in a glass neat. Four Roses Single Barrel https://www.liquor.com/thmb/5SzlRl4MMYa1_kuZpLJ9Ke8i3sA=/800x0/filters:no_upscale():max_bytes(150000):strip_icc():format(webp)/2-four-roses-2aff8e6e35af42479aa61889bd0a494a.jpg If you’re looking for a smooth, long finish and come in the beginner category of bourbons, this is a perfect bourbon for you. This dynamic bourbon is also the best cocktail bourbon out there. The flavour notes have a spice, cherry with a hint of chocolate. Woodford Reserve https://www.liquor.com/thmb/jan2lTjIU-LMTnzACzigwOKnsag=/800x0/filters:no_upscale():max_bytes(150000):strip_icc():format(webp)/4-woodford-reservereservebar-a82e6b2b386c4dc28993ada66f2efc73.jpg With a sweet and soft palate and just a bit of spice lingering in the background, the Woodford Reserve is a really high quality sipping bourbon. With taste notes of caramel, molasses and pepper, this bourbon is ideal for enjoying your weekend afternoon. So, sit back on Sunday noon with your buddies and open this bottle of Woodford Reserve to make it memorable. Eagle Rare https://www.liquor.com/thmb/Bxy5dpgce9z2Bjt-VLs1en3rvdc=/800x0/filters:no_upscale():max_bytes(150000):strip_icc():format(webp)/Webp.net-resizeimage1-3bad5886fa404f87a1ca3e8afa9888b5.jpg What better to refresh your day than a glass of a smooth bourbon that leaves behind awesome light caramel, toasty notes that make you feel loved. This bourbon, aged for at least 10 years, has a hint of vanilla, orange and honey flavour notes. Basil Hayden https://www.liquor.com/thmb/2F6omnMIKMVt_P-XtCUvziv0eck=/800x0/filters:no_upscale():max_bytes(150000):strip_icc():format(webp)/7-basil-haydensreservebar-c621e3c719384fe588d4abc5e831318a.jpg Brewed in the Kentucky region, Basil Hayden is a great entry level spring bourbon in the Jim Beam Small Batch Collection. The higher amount of rye in the mash bill gives this bourbon a spicy kick that goes well with its sweet character. Have it on the rocks with a slice of orange for a smooth and easy drinking experience. Spring is just around the corner, so sit back, enjoy the summer breeze with a perfect glass of your favourite Bourbon! So, what are you waiting for? Get Sipn with us!

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Social Commerce & Sipn Buying alcohol online? This is something we never imagined we'd be doing before the pandemic. The best we could do was call our local shop and get it delivered because ordering alcohol online always came with uncertainty and a chance of getting duped. However, the pandemic brought the widespread adoption of eCommerce to unprecedented levels as consumers stayed home and shopped online. But shopping for clothes online and shopping for alcohol online was never the same experience. It was always termed very transactional, if not unsafe. It was a very in-buy-out experience. Well, Sipn is here to change that. Sipn is the first brand to open its social commerce channel. You may be wondering, what is social commerce and why does it matter to you? Social commerce allows you to interact with like-minded people, build a collection, communicate your likes/dislikes, and purchase your favourite Bourbon. You won’t be going here just to purchase, but to immerse yourself in the world and knowledge of liquor. Sounds exciting, right? It is! Sipn is going to be the first Spirit brand to create a community that lets you converse openly about your love for liquor and even engage with similar people/experts. In an app format, this is a liquor lover’s go-to dream. From information on your favourite liquor to talking to the ones who share the love to even purchasing a fine, rare bottle of Bourbon for yourself - do we need to say more? We at Sipn understand what liquor means to you and want to assist you in building a community that you’ve always craved. Why wait for someone else to get you the best Bourbon when you can discover them right here at Sipn. We aim to build an online world where everyone feels comfortable to discuss and share their love and opinions on their favourite spirits. So, are you ready to move on from the typical ‘what’s happening’ conversation to more interesting ones over a drink (or two)?

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3 Cocktails Perfect for the Summer Summers are here! I am sure we all hate the rising heat and the sticky temperatures but Summers also bring along a chance to relish our refreshing cocktails. Whenever we think of summer cocktails, we think of clear spirits like Gin, Vodka but you couldn’t be more wrong. There are world-class bourbon-based summer sippers that will help cool you off because very few things hit as right or taste as refreshing in the summertime as a well-made bourbon cocktail. Here are 3 bourbon cocktail recipes that all of us at Sipn are simple to mix and ideal for sipping slowly when the temperatures threaten to make you lose your mind in the sweltering heat. The Boulevardier We all remember cherishing the delicious Negroni cocktail, don’t we? Well, this substantial and refreshing cocktail is basically negroni with whiskey! This easy to make cocktail with the right amount of sweetness and herbal notes is a perfect drink to cool down during the summer afternoons. All you’ll need to do is stir bourbon, Vermouth, and Campari over ice and strain into a chilled glass and it’s ready for you! The Bourbon Arnold Palmer One of the easiest summer cocktails to whip up, this is a classic 50/50 mix of lemonade and tea plus a couple of ounces of spirit. We suggest trying it with the soft oak and fruity sweetness of Four Roses Small Batch for it to just hit it right. Whether you’re at a pool party or lounging at sunset, this bourbon cocktail will never fail to give you a refreshing burst of energy and coolness when you most need it. The Peach Whiskey Sour A fresh take on the classic sour elevated with a fresh juice and the addition of peaches for extra depth. Many people argue that whiskey sour doesn’t get the respect it deserves and we agree. If made correctly, this will act as a perfect and delicious summer drink. All you need for this is your favourite bourbon, simple syrup, lemon juice and frozen pureed peaches. Get ready to Sipn into summer with your favourite Bourbon cocktails, because it’s time we move over clear spirit cocktails and give this one a chance it deserves. From unique flavour profiles to a strong taste, a good Bourbon based cocktail does it all. So, which one are you Sipn on this Summer to cool down?

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Sipn | Best Single Barrel Bourbons It’s time we bring back the art, the experience, the expression that is single barrel bourbon! Single barrel bourbon is a premium class of bourbon in which each bottle comes from an individual aging barrel instead of being blended together from a range of different aged and charred barrels. The spirit is aged by a Master Distiller for a more extended period in unique casks and bottled separately. No one can argue against the fact that a single barrel bourbon is by far the best, purest form of bourbon that can be bought! It is truly the beauty that shines through simplicity. Here are Sipn’s top 5 recommendations that everyone should try at least once: Evan Williams Single Barrel Vintage Bourbon This beautiful bottle is distilled and produced by Heaven Hill Distillery and carefully crafted for 7-8 years in the barrel. To top it all off, this single barrel series is vintage-dated, which means each bottle is marked with the vintage date it was put into oak, along with the year it was bottled. The flavor is rich and lush with oak, honey, apple, and orange notes. Original Single Barrel Bourbon This piece of art bourbon bottle is as majestic as it looks. Blanton’s Single Barrel was the first wide-release single barrel bourbon when first bottled by Master Distiller Elmer T. Lee in 1984. With the most amazing flavors of sweet, toasty caramel, and hints of pepper and cloves, Blanton's Bourbon is amongst the finest Bourbons out there. Wild Turkey Kentucky Spirit Made with the neat bourbon drinker in mind, the Kentucky Spirit Single Bourbon is laden with rich vanilla flavors and a hint of sweetness from the layering of almonds, honey, and dark fruit. The specialty of this Bourbon is that each barrel is hand-selected by the Master Distiller to find the exact individual personalities to make each one unique. Saint Cloud Kentucky Straight Bourbon This bourbon, crafted from hand-selected barrels that are aged until the perfect point of maturity, is best enjoyed neat. It comes with a rich nose of sweet vanilla blends with a noticeable yet complex finish. Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel This bourbon is aged for at least 10 years in virgin American oak casks under the watchful eyes of Master Distiller Jimmy Russell. While each barrel is unique, they all retain the signature style of Russell’s reserve. Single Barrel Bourbons are the celebration of excellence all bourbon connoisseurs need in their life. So pick up that glass and get Sipn with us!

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Sipn | Bourbon and the Flavor Profiles Bourbon is America's native spirit. There is no drink as full of history as an American Bourbon. Bourbon has to be distilled according to specific guidelines to earn the name, including being made from a mash of at least 51 percent corn, getting aged in new charred oak barrels, and bottled at no less than 80 proof. Sipn is here to help you navigate the complex world of Bourbon. Here are the top 5 flavor profiles you should try: Woodford Reserve 2022 Kentucky Derby 148 Bottle The flavor profile is rich in cocoa, toffee, and baking spice with a blend of dried fruit notes, giving it a complex yet round profile. While this may be younger than other brands, don’t mistake that for its lack of experience. This beautiful profile will keep you asking for more while leaving your palette feeling sweet and comfortable. Maker’s Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey For a truly classic taste, turn to the smooth notes of caramel and soft winter wheat which are expertly blended for a traditional taste you can count on for decades to come. It is one of the pioneering first-class bourbons and is made for the ones who like it strong! Hudson Bright Lights Big Bourbon This 95% New York-grown corn bourbon, carries a less tannic flavor than some long-aged bourbons and shows the warm, nutty sweetness of its pure corn mash. This is the most sought-after whiskey, which is made in Oak Barrels. Knob Creek Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey This full-flavoured whiskey packs a punch. This provides an unflinching balance of deep bourbon with a robust oak taste, complemented with hints of smooth vanilla and layered caramel. The flavour profile can be described as Copper to medium amber, rich, sweet, woody, full-bodied, almost fruity. Basil Hayden's Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey For those drawn to the peppery flavors of rye, this high-rye bourbon is sure to please. This unique, single small-batch bourbon whiskey is blessed with rich hints of peppermint, notes of pepper, slight citrus overtones, and a spicy, warming finish. Best enjoyed neat, this Bourbon can convert any whiskey lover who deems Bourbon as ‘too sweet’. Whether you like a high proportion of spicy rye or a generous amount of sweet wheat, Sipn has a Bourbon for you. We at Sipn ensure that we cater to every Bourbon need of our spirit lovers because every Bourbon flavor profile is worth savoring. Try these unique, distinct flavor profiles and get ready to add them to your Bourbon collection.

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Sipn | Bourbon and the Flavor Profiles Bourbon is America's native spirit. There is no drink as full of history as an American Bourbon. Bourbon has to be distilled according to specific guidelines to earn the name, including being made from a mash of at least 51 percent corn, getting aged in new charred oak barrels, and bottled at no less than 80 proof. Sipn is here to help you navigate the complex world of Bourbon. Here are the top 5 flavor profiles you should try: Woodford Reserve 2022 Kentucky Derby 148 Bottle The flavor profile is rich in cocoa, toffee, and baking spice with a blend of dried fruit notes, giving it a complex yet round profile. While this may be younger than other brands, don’t mistake that for its lack of experience. This beautiful profile will keep you asking for more while leaving your palette feeling sweet and comfortable. Maker’s Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey For a truly classic taste, turn to the smooth notes of caramel and soft winter wheat which are expertly blended for a traditional taste you can count on for decades to come. It is one of the pioneering first-class bourbons and is made for the ones who like it strong! Hudson Bright Lights Big Bourbon This 95% New York-grown corn bourbon, carries a less tannic flavor than some long-aged bourbons and shows the warm, nutty sweetness of its pure corn mash. This is the most sought-after whiskey, which is made in Oak Barrels. Knob Creek Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey This full-flavoured whiskey packs a punch. This provides an unflinching balance of deep bourbon with a robust oak taste, complemented with hints of smooth vanilla and layered caramel. The flavour profile can be described as Copper to medium amber, rich, sweet, woody, full-bodied, almost fruity. Basil Hayden's Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey For those drawn to the peppery flavors of rye, this high-rye bourbon is sure to please. This unique, single small-batch bourbon whiskey is blessed with rich hints of peppermint, notes of pepper, slight citrus overtones, and a spicy, warming finish. Best enjoyed neat, this Bourbon can convert any whiskey lover who deems Bourbon as ‘too sweet’. Whether you like a high proportion of spicy rye or a generous amount of sweet wheat, Sipn has a Bourbon for you. We at Sipn ensure that we cater to every Bourbon need of our spirit lovers because every Bourbon flavor profile is worth savoring. Try these unique, distinct flavor profiles and get ready to add them to your Bourbon collection.

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Sipn | What’s the Best Bourbon for Beginners? Are you new to the world of Bourbon? Well, Sipn is here to help you navigate your journey and help you fall in love with this amazing spirit! The choices can be intimidating but don’t turn back so soon. Bourbon is a great whiskey to get stuck into as a beginner and learning about the complex flavors of Bourbon can actually be a fun process. Sipn has picked out 5 Bourbons you can try as a beginner to get started : Woodford Reserve Woodford reserve is not only a well-known name but is also quite reasonably priced. It’s slightly sweet, with notes of citrus and chocolate that coat the palate without being too overwhelming. Its subtle citrus, dark chocolate, and cinnamon notes make it a good bourbon to try in cocktails as well. Maker’s Mark If you’re looking to dip your toes in the world of Bourbon, Maker’s Mark is for you. Since it’s made with winter wheat, it takes away some of the spice and it can be enjoyed neat or even with cola or other mixers. Maker’s Mark Bourbon can be described as fruity and rich, making it the best Bourbon for a novice. Redemption Wheated Bourbon The Redemption Wheated Bourbon is a quality bourbon that sits a little out of the ordinary. The nose offers ginger candy, sage, pear, and lavender over layers of vanilla and cedar, transitioning to a palate of roasted coffee beans, smoked meat, and hazelnut. It’s a great priced expression for new bourbon drinkers looking to experience a different flavor, power, and taste profile. Four Roses Many Bourbon lovers start their journey with Four Roses. The reason is the complex flavor profile yet the smooth finish. It’s a great pick for someone who is interested in trying a bourbon but isn’t quite sure what to go for. The nose is fruit, floral essences, gentle spice, and honey along with a crisp, soft, smooth palate. Bulleit Bourbon Bulleit Bourbon is great for the bourbon drinker that wants to explore a whiskey with a little heat. The flavor profile is full-bodied and spicy with a long, smooth finish. The nose is bright with orange zest, toasted oak, and vanilla that adds further notes of orange winter baking spice and a hint of tobacco leaf on the palate. If you have just commenced your journey into bourbon tasting and education, starting with different types of highly regarded expressions is a natural part of the learning process. Don’t be overwhelmed but try to enjoy the experience of Bourbon. So, are you ready to Sipn into the world of Bourbon?

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4 Bourbons you need to drink right now We know we know, every whiskey lover has his/her own Bourbon favorites. Bourbon, and all whiskey really, is subject to passionate obsession, and how you feel about it is entirely subjective. We have all fought and defended our favorites and for good reason too. But, well Bourbon is Bourbon and no whiskey lover can deny its supremacy. We at Sipn are bringing to you the 4 Bourbons you need to drink right now, this season! You might have tasted one or all, but if not then you’re seriously missing out. Ready to see if your new favorite makes the list? Here you go: Elijah Craig Whoever has tasted Elijah Craig, never fails to describe it as round, plush, and sweet on the palate, with well-integrated peppery spice notes. This reliable and affordable sweet fruity bourbon, has the flavor notes of vanilla and caramel that start from the first sip lingers on the finish, with a drying note of toast and spice. Henry Mckenna Single Barrel Originating from the Kentucky region, the Henry Mckenna Single Barrel is the only extra-aged, bottled-in-bond, single-barrel bourbon currently available today. It doesn’t do anything fancy but just delivers what it promises - the best authentic taste of a well-aged Bourbon. This warm amber gold-colored Bourbon, has the nose of vanilla, oak and caramel and the flavor profile of honey, cinnamon, and dark fruit. Dickel's 8-year bourbon This bourbon delivers a full mouth-feel and a dark caramel taste that is termed fantastic and enjoyable by anyone who drinks it. 8 Year Old Bourbon Whisky which is carefully distilled at Cascade Hollow is adored for its molasses, apricot, honey, and vanilla flavor notes. On the nose, you’ll find a bit of sweetness and Cracker Jacks over some apricot and honey. On the tongue, there are plenty of rich vanilla and toffee notes with hints of marmalade, with a medium-length warm finish. Four Roses Single Barrel We could not have finished this list without mentioning the favorite Four Roses Single Barrel. This Kentucky bourbon ticks all the right boxes. It’s affordable, has a variety of different expressions to choose from, and it tastes great on its own or mixed in a cocktail. Its high rye mash bill gives it a pleasant spicy note, and it has a big mouthfeel and an incredibly smooth finish. It’s complex, full-bodied, and surprisingly smooth with a delicate, long finish that’s unbelievably mellow. Drink straight up or on the rocks. In this big, complex world of Bourbon, there's a bottle out there for every taste. Sometimes the most notable stuff is the least flashy and most affordable. Sipn will always bring you the Bourbons you need to try to make your experience even more enjoyable. Because who doesn’t like to try a new distinct flavor once in a while?! So, did your favorite make the list?

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Bourbons to stock at home You could make the case that the best bourbon is whatever bottle you have readily available, but let’s not settle. We’re living in the golden age of spirits. Never before have there been more bottles of booze trying to get a parking space on your bar cart. Sipn has looked through its Bourbon library to bring to you five must-have bourbons for the home bartender. Wild Turkey 101 Bourbon Our first recommendation is the often overlooked Wild Turkey 101 Single Bourbon, which brings spicy notes and aromas of brown sugar and toffee vanilla. Every sip has a mix of light to moderate sweetness, peppermint spice, cinnamon, oak, grain, and alcohol. The sweetness is made up of slightly sweet candy corn, vanilla, and bubblegum. This beautifully balanced bourbon is smooth with just the right touch of oakiness. Old Forester If you’re a lover of classics, you must have an Old Forester at your home bar. Old Forester was the first bourbon in Kentucky to be bottled—a huge step toward guaranteeing quality and boosting bourbon’s reputation. This rye-rich bourbon continues to be one of our favorites that we just cannot miss out on. The orange peel garnish plays really nicely with the bourbon’s orange notes. Jim Beam Devil’s Cut Bourbon The Jim Beam Devil’s Cut Bourbon blends 90-proof Beam with liquid extracted from the barrels themselves. Expect a woodier, more robust flavor with hints of spices, brown sugar, caramel, and butterscotch. Basil Hyden If you’re looking for a Bourbon to bring old and young Bourbon lovers together, this one is a must have. The flavors are dominated with white pepper, orange peel, lemon and corn notes, offset by gentle cinnamon, rye spice and sweet caramel. Though a dry and brief finish, it comes with a big bang of refreshing nice cinnamon pepperiness and light vanilla oakiness. Hudson Baby Bourbon The Hudson Baby Bourbon comes from New York’s finest distillery. It comes with robust vanilla, new oak warmth, popcorn and a lingering whiff of the sugared almond nose and a palate of Marzipan and candied ginger, with a thick layer of caramel on top. It also has a beautiful finish of chocolate peanuts, buttered corn-on-the-cob and a light glaze of honey. If you are just starting your home Bar and are a Bourbon lover, we suggest starting with these classics, well-loved Bourbons. After all, what’s not to love about the quintessential American whiskey? Bourbon is an enduring favorite, a spirit that survived. So, what are you Sipn today?

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5 Drinking Games You Can Play With Bourbon Spicing things up with drinking games is always a great way to rev up the night and make sure not a single person stays sober, adding a whole new dimension to your party. Whether it’s a night out with your childhood friends or a party with your colleagues, drinking games can be a phenomenal ice-breaker. Here’s a few games we love playing, try them out at your next party and get Sipn! • Never Have I Ever A classic game that everyone loves, Never Have I Ever is a great game to know your friends' secrets! You have to share something that you have never done before and the people who have will take a sip of their drink. For example, when I say, "Never have I ever been bitten by a dog," all those in the group who have been bitten by a dog will take a sip of their drink. The key here is to make your friends admit their embarrassing stories so watch out for what you say! • Flip Cup A perfect game to get the party started, we know your friends will love Flip Cup. There are two teams competing against each other, asked to stand across each other at a table. They keep their cups with drinks at the edge, the idea is to get everyone to finish their drink and flip the cup with their fingers to the upside-down position before the next member begins. First team to complete this relay, wins. • Straight Face No surprises that when you get drunk, it's tough to keep a straight face and this game challenges just that. All players have to write funny or inappropriate sentences on small pieces of paper - ones that are tough to read while keeping a straight face. Each player picks up a chit of paper and tries to keep a straight face while reading it out loud. The one who giggles or reacts has to drink! • Buzz One of the easiest games you can play, each player starts counting a number and says it aloud, except 7 and its multiples, in which case, you say BUZZ. If you don't follow this, or you forget, you have to drink your entire drink. Simple! • Cheers to the Governor This game is all about rules, rules and even more rules! All players need to sit in a circle with their drink of choice. Everyone goes around the circle counting out loud, saying a number until you get to 21. The player who gets to 21 can declare any rule they want. For example, you could make a rule that one specific person has to drink on the number eight or that you have to say ‘oooh, sweetpea’ on the number three. You start counting from one whenever a new rule is created, and the next person to reach 21 makes a new rule of their own. However, it does not negate the prior rule. This continues until there is a long list of rules. If someone forgets one of the rules and messes up, they have to take a drink and the count will start over. The Governor’s rules are inevitably forgotten and the night sure ends up being one to remember! So, what are you waiting for? Get Sipn with a few bottles of bourbon, make those calls and get the party going with these amazing drinking games. Get together and unwind your evenings the way it was intended. By drinking, laughing and being surrounded by your loved ones!

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5 Bourbon Distilleries to visit in Kentucky For bourbon aficionados heading to the Bluegrass State to sample some of the finest brown spirits, there’s no shortage of Bourbon distilleries to tour. However, we know that shortlisting the best ones to visit can be tricky. Let Sipn help you get started with your tours. Here’s five of our favorites to get you started! Buffalo Trace Distillery If you’ve never heard of Buffalo Trace Distillery, it’s likely that you’ve heard of some of the brands they produce. Since 2002, the highly acclaimed and sought after Old Rip Van Winkle and Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve labels have been produced at the Frankfort, Kentucky, distillery. The distillery offers a few different tours, but the best thing about them is that all of them are complementary and include a tasting. Our recommendation would be the Trace Tour since it’s open to all ages and takes visitors past the bourbon barrels and inside Blanton’s Bottling Hall. The Hard Hat Tour is also worth checking out as you’ll see the entire bourbon-making process from grain to distillation. Woodford Reserve Situated at Kentucky’s oldest distilling site, Woodford Reserve is one of the most prestigious and recognizable names in the bourbon industry. This historic distillery has old-school distilling at its finest, and features copper pot still and 100-year-old cypress wood fermenters. Woodford Reserve offers three tours, and each one offers a unique insight into the property grounds. The Distillery tour gives a broad overview and explains the history of bourbon and the process of making it, while the Corn to Cork tour dives into the process much more and lasts an hour longer. For history buffs, the National Landmark tour covers the more than 200-year history of the property and its impact on Kentucky culture. Maker's Mark Another must-visit distillery for Bourbon lovers is the Maker’s Mark distillery, located in Loretto, Kentucky. It started operations in 1958 and was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1980. Tours of the grounds take about an hour, and you can pre-purchase your tickets on their website. For those 21 and over, make sure you take the opportunity to dip your own bottle in the iconic red wax! The whole place embodies that old-school/old-country feel of how bourbon used to be and how these facilities used to be. Truly a treat for all visitors. Four Roses Built in 1910 Four Roses Distillery is located on the banks of the Salt River near Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. Dating back to 1888, and operating legally throughout prohibition, Four Roses crafts a bourbon unlike any other. It was built in a very amazing Spanish mission-style, even though Kentucky had never been a main area of Spanish mission. You can even find the Four Roses Distillery listed in the National Register of Historic Places. You can Tour the newly-expanded distillery along the Salt River in Lawrenceburg where the bourbon is born and then travel to Cox’s Creek to see the warehouse where it is aged to perfection before being bottled and sold to die-hard fans. Willett Distillery Willett Distillery, also known as Kentucky Bourbon Distillers (KBD), Ltd Produces bourbon and rye whiskey . It is an independent and family-owned business located on the edge of beautiful Bardstown, Kentucky, and Minnick, that does a great job of preserving old bourbon stocks. You can sample exclusive blends and to see Willett’s expertly restored facilities, in the “Bourbon Capital of the World,” as Bardstown is known, after you sign up for a tour. Guests receive access to the distillery, grounds and a signature glass to take home for a small entry fee. Does this help you make your choice of where you should be headed to next? Over 95% of the world's bourbon comes from nearly 70 distilleries in Kentucky's Bourbon Country. Sipn is here to encourage you to tap into the world-famous distilleries with generations of tradition. Celebrate the culture, heritage and pride with like-minded individuals and get Sipn!

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KenRamoss

5 High Rye Bourbon High rye bourbons have around 20-35% rye in a bourbon mash bill. That extra boost of rye gives these bourbon bottlings a spicy backbone and depth. We are sure that many of you whiskey enthusiasts enjoy the drink's crisp character and intense essence of rye grain extract. The best part of Rye Bourbons according to us is that you can choose to drink it neat, or on the rocks, or in a cocktail and it will still not fail to deliver what it promises - true flavor in every stop. So, all of you who enjoy the spicy kick of a high rye bourbon, here are Sipn’s top 5 recommendations: Redemption High Rye This American Bourbon, with an oak-driven palate, has lots of heat. Along with the integrated spice, it is always loaded with chocolate, coffee beans, almonds, and maple syrup. The nose offers caramel custard, chocolate and maple syrup. But the finish is the best part of Redemption High Rye- with rich notes of chocolate , coffee and spice, it delivers finesse like no other. The best way to enjoy it is with water as that brings out the more chocolate, rich finish. For the ones who enjoy assertive flavors but with a gentle, smooth texture. Basil Hayden’s The 1796 Bourbon, made by the master distiller Basil Hayden, is a relatively easy-sipping bourbon at only 80 proof, but still manages to shine through. Basil Hayden used a traditional corn base but mixed in small grains with the mash. The palate offers light vanilla, new wood, and peaches mingled together. While the 80 proof makes this incredibly easy to sip, the mouthfeel is noticeably thin, and even at the bottling proof, this seems lighter than average. With rye at its core, this Bourbon promises plenty of spice, well-balanced herbal notes of peppermint, and a touch of fruit. Old Grand Dad Bottled in bond, Old Grand-Dad is another fine Bourbon with a high rye percentage. A wave of cinnamon leads the charge on the nose, followed by sweet caramel, vanilla, and a hint of burnt oak. On the palate, the big cinnamon spice pops upfront with a flash of fireball candy potency. The dark fruit and baking spices follow, along with a touch of rye spice. It has nice intensity, and like the nose, the cinnamon dominates and is also quite pleasant. It's medium-bodied with a nice mouthfeel. Four Roses Small Batch Select A blend of recipes, combining two mash bills with five yeast strains, makes Four Roses Small Batch Select a unique Bourbon whiskey. The two mash bills used are either 20 percent rye or 35 percent rye, putting Four Roses firmly in the high-rye category. The sip starts with a very prominent yet enjoyable blend of spices. Layers of heavy summer fruits blend nicely with a bold peppery blend which is joined by oak and vanilla. The sip delivers a creamy mouthfeel, leaving a delicious, easy-to-appreciate taste. Jim Beam Signature Craft High Rye As evident from the name, Jim Beam Signature Craft High Rye, makes its intention of being a High Rye Bourbon very clear. More than ten years of aging has brought out the nuances of each of the unique ingredients. The high rye bourbon has robust spice and rich oaky smoke on the nose. The taste is a balance of medium-bodied spice, with a hint of caramelized oak. Sipn the one that suits your taste buds! Cheers :)

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KenRamoss

Best Bourbons to gift in Summer Summer and Bourbon? We know your first thought will be ‘What, they’ve lost their mind!’ But hear us out! Bourbon can actually be a great spirit during this humid time because it makes for an awesome cocktail ingredient, as well as something to sip lazily on a scorching day. So if you’re looking for a gift this summer, don’t go for the wines, try the classic Bourbon instead. Confused? Here’s a list of Sipn’s top 5 recommendations that you can bring to your next summer party and stand out from the wine coolers. Maker’s Mark This inexpensive, widely available and easy on the palate Bourbon is the first one on our list. It’s quite light and sweet, with a touch of fruit and vanilla, with the right amount of tongue-caressing sweetness. The finish is exceptionally smooth, with subtle spice notes that dissipate quickly. This old classic Bourbon makes for a unique and full flavored gift. TRAVERSE CITY WHISKEY CO. BOURBON Aged for at least 4 years, Traverse’s Bourbon does have a bit of spice. Traverse’s straight bourbon picks up plenty of the caramel and vanilla that comes with hanging out in oak for a while. This enjoyable Bourbon isn’t annoyingly sweet nor is it extra layered, making it the ideal gift for a Bourbon lover. Russel’s Reserve Small Batch Single Barrel This wicked bourbon, at 110 proof, has a good little dose of heat to keep you on your toes. Aged in super charred oak, gives this Bourbon the extra smokiness. In spite of that, the cinnamon, dark sugar helps balance the nose. This Bourbon is for the ones who like it bold and strong. Mix it with herbs and Vermont for a sweet, strong summer cocktail. Black Dirt Bourbon You cannot go wrong with this exceptionally breezy Bourbon for a summer gift. The mash bill is mostly corn-based, with a little malted barley and rye thrown in. It is easy to drink and enjoy, without it being very heavy on the palate. The flavorful palate and the thin consistency make it best to enjoy over crushed ice. A perfect gift for a Bourbon newbie. Smooth Ambler Old Scout Straight Bourbon This bourbon has a nice hefty rye content, which definitely adds a level of spiciness. The palate dominates the flavor of leather, smoke, and dark fruit but an unsweetened chocolate undertone rounds out the sweeter flavors. There is an earthy character to it as well, which is not found in any specific flavor but more in their combination and delivery. Overall it’s a pleasing combination of flavors with a satisfying mouthfeel. Don’t forget to take this to your next sundowner party. It is official, Sipn is calling it a Bourbon Summer! Move over your traditional summer spirits and take Bourbon to your next Summer party.

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KenRamoss

Scotch vs Bourbon There are several types of delicious whiskey, or whisky, but Bourbon and Scotch are two of the most beloved. Both are very well known around the world and are strongly associated with their places of origin, that’s where the similarities stop. For true connoisseurs, Sipn will help you find out what you need to know about the two. These are the key differences between the two drinks. Different Spellings It’s all in the way you spell it. The spelling can often tell you something you need to know about the spirit. “whiskey” is typically used for American and Irish spirits, including Bourbon. Whereas, the rest of the world, including Europe, Australia, Japan and, of course, Scotland prefer to call their spirits “whisky”. Different Flavors It’s all in the taste and flavor profiles. While both can have smokey, charred notes, Scotch and Bourbon have imbibed these traits through different means. Bourbon gets its Oak-y, vanilla-like flavors from the charred surface of the barrels that are used to age the spirit, whereas Scotch derives its flavors from peat burned in the barley malting process. Different Ingredients To be classified as Bourbon, the U.S. government has laid down very strict regulations, one of which is that bourbon whiskey must be made from a grain mixture of at least 51 percent corn. On the other hand, Scotch needs to be made from malted barley, along with water and yeast. Scotch producers are permitted to include other whole cereal grains for coloring as well, unlike in the case of Bourbon. Different Origins Contradictory to popular opinion, Bourbon can be made outside of Kentucky. However, to legally be deemed Bourbon, the spirit must be made in the United States and for a whisky to be classified as authentic Scotch, it must be made in Scotland. Different ABV Requirements Bourbon needs to be distilled to no more than 80 % alcohol (160 proof) and be no more than 62.5 percent when put into casks for aging in new charred oak barrels. Scotch, however, must have an ABV of less than 94.8 % and is aged in used oak barrels, including those that previously stored Sherry, Beer as well as Bourbon. Different Aging Processes Bourbon has no minimum aging period, but to refer to it as Straight Bourbon, a specific distinction of quality, it must be aged for no less than two years and without added coloring, flavor or spirits. On the other hand, Scotch needs to be aged for a minimum of three years. Despite their differences, both Scotch and Bourbon can be enjoyed in similar ways. Be sure to remember that each sipping experience begins before you take your first sip, so ensure you familiarize yourself with the bottle label. The one golden rule is, neither Scotch, nor Bourbon are meant for chugging, so be sure to sip your drink slowly and intently, savoring each moment of the experience. Let's get Sipn together!

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Salena Carroll

Taste this new bourbon to-night.

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Chloe Butler

BEST BOURBON CHICKEN

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Chloe Butler

bourbonguy

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Chloe Butler

Bourbon Whiskey Cola & Star Anise Braised Pork Belly

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Salena Carroll

Ok fam, I wanted something totally different tonight and I had this idea come to mind the last time we ate a Sugar Kiss melon.

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Andrea Hicks

The barrel tour has lasted for more than twelve months between Kentucky Goodwood’s locations and Michigan’s Three Chord homestead.

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Chloe Butler

PERFECT PAIRINGS WITH BOURBON

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Chloe Butler

Southern Bourbon Hunters

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Andrea Hicks

Drier and spicier than most whiskey, Three Chord Amplify Rye offers an array of flavors and aromas not present in bourbon. Three Chord Amplify Rye features the grain-forward (almost grassy) character of young Kentucky rye and more refined, deeper flavors of older Indiana rye. The two whiskies are blended in a large tank before re-barreling for 2-6 months. At 95 proof, Amplify Rye expresses a remarkable depth of rye character that offers complexity, elegance, and balance.

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Chloe Butler

Blue Collar Bourbon

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Chloe Butler

Bourbon, Whiskey, Scotch and more

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Salena Carroll

I like this stuff a lot.

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Chloe Butler

What is on the Bourbon Trail today

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Andrea Hicks

Tonight a Whistlepig Rye by the fire with Tango.

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Chloe Butler

Southern Bourbon Hunters

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Chloe Butler

Fans of Bourbon, Rye and Texas Whiskey

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Salena Carroll

Trying something a little different tonight. What's in your glass, SIPN family?

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Andrea Hicks

The gang’s all here! It’s the perfect week to stop in and explore our bourbon wall!

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Chloe Butler

Bourbon Tulsa Weekly

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Chloe Butler

Bourbon Outlaws

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Chloe Butler

Bourbon, Whiskey, Scotch and more

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Andrea Hicks

Found a bottle today, never had it before

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Chloe Butler

National Bourbon League

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Chloe Butler

Bourbon 24/7

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Chloe Butler

Bourbon/whiskey Américain Québec

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Salena Carroll

Need to clear out some space for the incoming bottles, so this needs to be done this weekend. Lol.

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Chloe Butler

Kentucky Bourbon Society

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Andrea Hicks

First time trying this one. Did not disappoint. Excellent sipper by the fire.

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Salena Carroll

Relaxing by the fire with a 26 year old Tobermory.

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Chloe Butler

Bookers Bourbon

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Andrea Hicks

Got this the other day from my boss😎💯🥃. Has anyone tried yet? I am curious on how others feel about this bottle. I will crack open in a few days

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Chloe Butler

Cognac Whisky Armagnac Brandy Bourbon Rum Tequila Vodka Lover's

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Salena Carroll

Willing to let my bottles go

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  • user-647

    How much?

Salena Carroll

One man down there's a lot hope for the rest of them..

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Andrea Hicks

The last pour of my Orphan Barrel. 😥 This was one of the 1st bottles I ever bought outside of my usual 2 or 3 brands.

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Salena Carroll

Little pickup this week.

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Salena Carroll

Just got this bottle Saturday and it has to rank as one of my top 5 . The taste , smell and look was amazing .

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Andrea Hicks

Turned my old duck call case into a bottle shelf.

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Salena Carroll

Three Chord.... The Taste of Country!

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Andrea Hicks

Cheers to the weekend!

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Andrea Hicks

It's Three Chord Thursday! Take the time to Respect the Moment & Savor the Flavor! Life is short... enjoy the Music! Cheers Friends

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Salena Carroll

Picked up this on Vacation in Minnesota

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Andrea Hicks

Just got these today! Redwood Empire Whiskey.

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Andrea Hicks

Beautiful evening to relax and unwind. Cheers

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Andrea Hicks

Would you recommend this? I bought this on the spot 🤷 ♂️

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  • Loopadoop

    Love woodford! 🎉🙌🏽

  • user-615

    Great everyday bourbon. Try to find barrel picks just a tad better and different

Andrea Hicks

Nice find available SAQ online. Of one, I must say it's in the style of taste I like. Impressive nose of fruit, honey (sweet mellow) and a bit of chocolate (hazelnuts). The taste is much more marked by oak and nuts. A delicate finish nonetheless.

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  • user-615

    If ever in Florida come to Corona Cigar co. we have our own barrel pick!

Andrea Hicks

Found a fun one today.

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Andrea Hicks

Sometimes I miss the drop, sometimes I get lucky. #pumped #HH17 #bourbonlover 🦄🦄🦄

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Andrea Hicks

Found this one in Gatlinburg over the week end

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  • Dave K

    Why can’t we add this to the bar????

  • surfoside

    Just grabbed one of these finally, for the first time in Kentucky last week. Amazing!

Andrea Hicks

Tonight a Clementine with Tango by the fire.

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Andrea Hicks

Need to clear out some space for the incoming bottles, so this needs to be done this weekend.

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Andrea Hicks

A quiet evening with Tango and a Stellum.

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Brian Fischer

I purchased this bottle for $140.99 a few days ago and tried it a couple of nights ago. I really enjoyed the smooth vanilla taste in the beginning. I’ll be drinking this judiciously for a while.

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  • KenRamoss

    The bottle looks absolute class, I want to buy this. Luckily I can find it here on SIPN

Kelsey Read

The special releases are 🔥 too, this Rye is absolutely delicious 🤤

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  • Kelsey Read

    The special releases are 🔥 too, this Rye is absolutely delicious 🤤

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Smoked Old Fashioned at Sonoma Taphouse in Petersburg, Va made with Bowman Brothers Bourbon.

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KenRamoss

Barrel-proof bourbon whiskey tends to be big and bold. But with that said, “barrel proof” or “cask strength” isn’t a single designation like “bottled in bond” (which has to be 100 proof 50 percent ABV), it can be anything from 40 percent ABV — alcohol by volume — to well over 70 percent ABV (that’s 80 proof to 140 proof and above). It’s simply the proof that the whiskey came out of the barrel (assuming it was then bottled without any cutting with water to lower that proof). Here is a list of 12 new barrel-proof bourbon whiskeys against each other in a blind test. For more information: https://uproxx.com/life/best-barrel-proof-bourbon-whiskey-blind-taste-2022/

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C-NOTE

Happy Tuesday! Jack Daniel’s Master Distiller Series and JD 150 Anniversary 🔥🐾

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kyleherrod

My mother threw a baby shower for my wife and I last weekend. We got a lot of amazing gifts, but perhaps some of the most appreciated gifts“we” received were this duo…

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  • Shiva

    Great, Nice info

CamG

Great Bourbon

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  • Loopadoop

    Oof, looks awesome 🙌🏽🥃

Tool Man

Make it a great hump day!

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Prashant Desai

My favorite bourbon in an Old Fashioned !! That would be Eagle Rare.

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  • Loopadoop

    Looks delicious! 🤝⚡️

  • BourbonMitch

    what an amazing pic!

  • Kelsey Read

    🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤

C-NOTE

Got ahold of one of these Peyton Manning signed Sweetens 🏈🥃

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  • Loopadoop

    Awesome! 🙌🏽⚡️

Loopadoop

What’s a good bourbon to mix with coffee? Asking for a friend! 😂🥃☕️

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  • NOLA Nikki

    Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream is great substitute for Baily's.

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Jefferson

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KenRamoss

Have you heard of this? Invite your friends in exchange for Rewards.

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  • Kelsey Read

    🖤🖤🖤

Brian Fischer

A friend of my wife’s picked this up for me in Ohio. I’ll get it in a few days and try it. It was inexpensive. We’ll see how it is.

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Ema_Mathew

softer than most other bourbons, its velvety mouthfeel and notes of vanilla, cherry, and light smokiness very well!!!!

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JasminePoole

This is a totally approachable bourbon that's easy enough for everyday drinking but complex and rich enough for special-occasion quaffing

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Lawrence Rehbein

Taking a sip, the flavor is nice and smooth as well.

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JasminePoole

A premium version of Jack Daniel's, each of these comes from a single barrel, specially selected by the master distiller. These are chosen for their suitability as standalone spirits, resulting in a whiskey full of richness and complexity...

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Lawrence Rehbein

This is the best whiskey I have tasted. Much better than Buffalo Trace which is my favorite because of taste and price.

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JasminePoole

Heard lots of great things on this one!

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LukeElledge

Picked this up last week, I had not seen it before, first pour was really good.

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Ema_Mathew

Love this! Taste great and is super smooth!

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Lawrence Rehbein

It's a good collection of flavors. it focuses on spice & heat , loved the taste

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Ema_Mathew

Best on the market. Difficult to obtain. 👍

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Lawrence Rehbein

Recommend to all ! A must get.

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JasminePoole

Honestly, it's delicious. Sweet and decadent,

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Kelsey Read

Been waiting for a celebration to crack this one. Got promoted today so I finally had a pour. What a great bourbon. Cheers!

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Maria

Fresh crack. Cheers! 🥃

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LukeElledge

Whiskey wednesday It's like taco tuesday but for badasses!!

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Ryan

Tasted this little gem at Docs in Louisville while down for a bourbon trail bachelor party. Was a pretty tasty one. Wish I could pick up a bottle but $900+ a bottle resale is horrible. It’s $205 at Heaven Hill when they have releases. Too bad.

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JasminePoole

According to chemistry Whiskey is a SOLUTION!

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Maria

We have enjoyed our voyage, thank you Jefferson’s Ocean 🥃

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Lawrence Rehbein

It is interesting and fun to try.

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LukeElledge

Pretty smooth and very tasty. Full of flavor. IMO worth a try

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JasminePoole

The more I experience it, the more I like it. Overall the Whistle Pig Piggy Back Rye 6 Years has a nice sweet profile that complements the dominant rustic and spicy notes.

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Ema_Mathew

I found the 17y.o. to have much more maturity and depth to its overall profile with more viscosity on the palate

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Lawrence Rehbein

Great Flavor I recommend this one. The old rum cask does wonders to the complexity.

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Maria

Let me take you on a Voyage with Jeffersons Aged At Sea. The Bourbon tastes like salted caramel popcorn.

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LukeElledge

The husband just had his best month ever in real estate and bought me this beauty.

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Ema_Mathew

The bold, rich palate is packed with dark berries, baking spice..... yummm!!!!!!

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Kelsey Read

Since most of the people in this group can’t start their day without this in their coffee…

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I know this is the flashy one, but you can go grab just about any store pick George Awad has and enjoy it as much if not more than this Blantons.

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LukeElledge

Blantons is always a nice pour.

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Lawrence Rehbein

The whiskey goes down with a smooth finish.

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Tristan Curry

Heard lots of great things on this one! Any preferences between this one and the regular single barrel? Curious to hear everyone's thoughts

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Ema_Mathew

Great Bourbon! I drink it straight or mixed but I also use it in baking during the colder months.

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LukeElledge

Four Roses bourbon is surprisingly affordable and delicious. Despite being one of the most affordable in the market, it's also one of the best.

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Bourbon and Mead

Female owned company’s first drop

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Ema_Mathew

Just bought this one! Super excited to enjoy this!!!!!!

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JasminePoole

Heard good things. Thoughts?

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Kelsey Read

I’ve been Leary to open this bottle for awhile now because of the reviews I’ve seen on here from people. This stuf is GD delicious!

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Maria

One of the best for nose and one of the longest finishes I’ve had in a very good way.

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Lawrence Rehbein

Can't wait to try this.

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Ema_Mathew

Enjoyed this Calumet Bourbon whiskey. Horse racing and Ky whiskey, always good!

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Lawrence Rehbein

Looks amazing, can't wait to hang it in my bar.

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JasminePoole

This is my new favorite bourbon!! Absolutely smooth enough to drink on ice.

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JasminePoole

Had a good one!!

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Ema_Mathew

Keep your friends close and bourbon closer😋

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JasminePoole

A shot of whiskey sounded heavenly!

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Lawrence Rehbein

Very nice! Big fan of bourbon.

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Lawrence Rehbein

My favourite bourbon.

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Lawrence Rehbein

A number one!!! One of the best spirits I have ever had.

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JasminePoole

Try this you will never regret..

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CLOE BUTLER

Pour yourself a glass, jump in that pool, and enjoy

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CLOE BUTLER

Thats pretty cool..

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Ema_Mathew

I thought I would need to mix this root beer. After drinking it, I realized it's good alone. This is gonna be a mainstay for me 🤗

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Ema_Mathew

I really love how smooth the regular bourbon is from American Born... but the peach is very sugary sweet. Like even for a dessert it's too sweet. I'm trying to figure out what to pair it with to tone it down... maybe in a dessert?

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JasminePoole

worth the price.it was very tasty!!

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CLOE BUTLER

everytime i open a bottle of bourbon its a trip somewhere

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JasminePoole

one of my best purchase of bourbon!!

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CLOE BUTLER

Time to bourbon down.

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demo

a Good one..

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JasminePoole

Tried it for the first time and i love it

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Ema_Mathew

it's a great sipping Bourbon, smooth with hints of citrus. On my second try I mixed it with Goslings Ginger beer . . . Yum! I recommend that you try Mulligan's Bourbon you won't be disappointed!

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JasminePoole

now it has my heart!!

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CLOE BUTLER

A glass of Whiskey Sour is all I need to get through the hours.

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JasminePoole

wanna have this again and again.....

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CLOE BUTLER

No hour better than Whiskey Sour.

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Ema_Mathew

Has an incredibly addictive aroma. The honeycomb really comes through!🤤

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CLOE BUTLER

If the friendship is old, the age of whiskey does not matter

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Ema_Mathew

Very smooth. On the rocks drinkable. Great with friends on a night out. Not what I would call a daily drinking whiskey due to price.

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demo

Epic backyard barn fun! Texas Bourbon, Texas pride, Texas Spirit.🤩

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CLOE BUTLER

Art of Alcohol

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demo

Solid!! People have no idea what they’re missing. Best kept secret

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JasminePoole

if my friends are too busy to hand out with me, I will just pour myself a nice whiskey and let them be..

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demo

I didn't expect this to be this good I bought this after trying some at a friend's get together and was pleasantly surprised at the time but I was buzzed and having a good time so I wasn't sure how much that played into it.

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CLOE BUTLER

I need the spirit to keep moving so I drank Whiskey Sour till the evening.

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demo

And this one is my favourite...

0

demo

loved it

0

Ema_Mathew

It’s easy to drink. Almost too easy.

0

JasminePoole

Have you tried this?

0

Ema_Mathew

Excellent aroma. Smooth taste. No lingering aftertaste. Over all pleasantly enjoyed.

0

JasminePoole

the best purchase!!

0

CLOE BUTLER

The whisky of your dreams.

0

JasminePoole

Don't Be Weak, Drink A Whiskey A Week.

0

CLOE BUTLER

Fall in love at first sip.

0

JasminePoole

A Sip of Whiskey is Not That Risky.

1

JasminePoole

Your Glass Deserves A Whiskey.And this will be a good choice

0

JasminePoole

now this SLAUGHTER HOUSE will visit my house regularly...

0

Lawrence Rehbein

This is a Kentucky whiskey of noticeably finer taste with a special smoothness and mildness which are the result of masterful blending.

0

Ema_Mathew

Great taste. Really changes the “finish” when tasting.

0

JasminePoole

This is one of the best ryes I’ve ever had.

1

Lawrence Rehbein

Taking a sip, at first things seem great.

0

JasminePoole

can't wait to try these...

0

JasminePoole

This takes all the things I like about whiskey and makes them even yummier.

0

LukeElledge

enjoyed every drop...my favorite so far....need some more.

0

LukeElledge

Try to get a bottle and thank me later Cheers friends 🥃

0

LukeElledge

Can’t wait to try.

0

JasminePoole

Hurrayy! I got a good company for my travelling.

0

Ema_Mathew

Light amber in color with aromas of sweet corn, grains, and light oak. Finishes with lots of spice.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

My favourite whiskey. One of a kind, haven't had anything come close to the delicious flavour this drink has.

0

CLOE BUTLER

It doesn’t taste of alcohol, although it has a slight kick of rye and cinnamon on the finish. That’s what makes it interesting.

0

CLOE BUTLER

Smooth, easy and warming but a little dry. Dusty would be the right comparison.

0

CLOE BUTLER

greets the nose with notes of oak and vanilla. Oak notes were prominent throughout the tasting.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

It taste's pretty good.

0

JasminePoole

It’s the finish that is the surprising part. The spicy cinnamon kicks in quickly and establishes itself as the dominant experience and lifts this bourbon up.Do try it.

0

JasminePoole

Absolutely lovely. It's taste, aroma and flavour is different from other whiskies.

0

JasminePoole

I got it!!!

0

Ema_Mathew

Clean, brilliant honey amber.

0

Ema_Mathew

Maybe it’s more like peppercorn, from the wood, which can leave a similar sensation

1
  • Matt S

    Damn I need that so bad.

Ema_Mathew

This bourbon has more than double in price on the retail market after it claimed “Best in Show Whiskey” at the 2019 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. But it's still worth the money.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

This is a very smooth whiskey.

0

JasminePoole

A Whiskey For A Homey!!

0

JasminePoole

Making ordinary moments feel like special occasions.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

Better than just about anything else I have tried.

1

Bri

Sweet aroma. Oaky. Not harsh for 96 proof. Good aftertaste. Good sour mash and nice sweet flavor from the cab casks. Pop: abrupt Glug: solid

1

JasminePoole

I LOVE IT!!!

1

Lawrence Rehbein

A wonderful sipper!

1

Lawrence Rehbein

This is one of the finest bourbon.

1

Ema_Mathew

My favorite Manhattan is one with Redemption Rye and Peychaud Barrell Aged Bitters

1

Ema_Mathew

It's got good flavor, but, just not a smooth sip.

1

Ema_Mathew

If you’re the type of person that relishes a vigorous kick in the nether regions, I can heartily commend the new-style Noah’s Mill to you. Those (myself included) who prefer to enjoy their entertainments and minimize their discomforts would do well to pass on this one.

0

JasminePoole

Whiskey is good times liquefied.

0

JasminePoole

The scent of whiskey reminds me of how much I deserve to rest.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

Enjoyed this with my friends.

0

JasminePoole

The light music of whiskey falling into a glass-an agreeable interlude.

0

JasminePoole

I can walk on water but I just kind of stumble on whisky

0

Lawrence Rehbein

This is an excellent bourbon! I make my evening Old Fashioned with this superb bottle of relaxation!

0

Lawrence Rehbein

Surprisingly good! I got this to add a more ginger taste to my hot toddies and was blown away at how good it is.

0

CLOE BUTLER

Don’t mind me. I’m just drowning in whiskey.

0

CLOE BUTLER

Mash The Grain, Fill The Soul

0

CLOE BUTLER

Got The Spice of Life

0

Lawrence Rehbein

Taking a sip, the sweetness of this whiskey really comes through.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

Taking a sip, the sweetness of this whiskey really comes through.

0

CLOE BUTLER

What whiskey will not cure, there is no cure for

0

CLOE BUTLER

Whisk Taker

0

LukeElledge

Has anyone tried Barrell Armida? I love it, but it does have some unique flavors.

0

LukeElledge

Had a great day.... finally found my states OF SiB.... and also picked up a bottle of their delicious Bainbridge. If ya'll haven't heard of this, I highly suggest you look into it. The smoothest pour I've ever had. Talk about a Crem Brulè!! Not the higher proof that I'm used to, but one of the most delicious pours I've ever had. 🤌🏽🥃🤌🏽

0

LukeElledge

Got something special when I was up in Kentucky over the weekend.

1
  • Bourbon Buff

    Did you get it engraved?

  • LukeElledge

    Yes got it engraved

LukeElledge

Bold! Hot. Drinks hotter than his its proof. Flavor packed. Peppery, sweetness in the form of burnt caramel, oily, and oak.

0

JasminePoole

It’s whisky buddy.

2

JasminePoole

Whisky people never feel alone.

0

LukeElledge

Great pour! Actually just cracked it tonight for first time. Very impressed!

0

JasminePoole

A peg of whisky keeps you fresh.

0

JasminePoole

Celebrate with whisky, enjoy the success.

0

JasminePoole

I become creative with a sip of whisky.

0

JasminePoole

Heard lots of great things on this one!

0

Lawrence Rehbein

Great Spice finish !!

0

LukeElledge

Never had. High West! Saw it behind the counter at local Woodmans! Anyone tried it … thought?

0

JasminePoole

Cheer up! It’s whisky.

0

LukeElledge

Well. Here in Fl this is rare to find.

1

JasminePoole

Charming people drink whisky.

0

LukeElledge

I’ve grown pretty fond of this for every day go to.

0

JasminePoole

Love it! Smooth and Very enjoyable bourbon.

0

Ema_Mathew

Love it! Not to sweet and then after first sip you get the warmth. Overall a delicious bourbon, I'd order it again and keep it stocked in the bar.

0

Ema_Mathew

Overall, this is a nice whiskey with a slightly complex flavor profile that some whiskey drinkers will love, and others will just be mildly excited by the lack of flavor density

0

Ema_Mathew

Tastes of caramel and oak...nice sipping bourbon. This is an excellent bourbon!!!!

0

Lawrence Rehbein

This was a good, smoothing, sipping whiskey.

0

Ema_Mathew

It fills your mouth with a slight burn up front, but at 111 proof, the warmth is expected and appreciated.

0

Ema_Mathew

This has a really nice finish. Tons of flavors coming through after you swallow. I'm a fan.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

It is well balanced, smooth, and flavorful to drink.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

It's pretty basic bourbon with a good balance of sweet and oak.

0

Ema_Mathew

it’s more of a honeyed and elegant bourbon rather than a spice bomb

0

Ema_Mathew

Wow, I was wrong to wait so long have one of these again because this Bourbon is excellent.

1

Ema_Mathew

The flavors were complex and moved gracefully, bringing out multiple at once of the elements typically found in rye whiskey

0

Ema_Mathew

The flavors were complex and moved gracefully, bringing out multiple at once of the elements typically found in rye whiskey

0

JasminePoole

Relax and take a sip. You won’t regret it.

1

JasminePoole

The party starts when the whiskey is served.

1

Lawrence Rehbein

This is a smooth, almost delicate whiskey, and makes an excellent sipper.

1

Lawrence Rehbein

This is a smooth, almost delicate whiskey, and makes an excellent sipper.

0

JasminePoole

To some, it’s simply a glass of whiskey. To me, it’s a taste of heaven.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

The taste is fantastic. A nice sweetness comes in with the bourbon barrels.

1

LukeElledge

Drinking it right now, great pour!! Cheers!

0

LukeElledge

Has anyone tried this, just received it from a friend

1
  • Mike White-Cearley

    my favorite for old fashioned drinks!

LukeElledge

Oh wow, I’ve heard single barrel was good, but man I was not expecting it to be this good... especially with such a light nose!

0

LukeElledge

This stuff is sooo good.

1

LukeElledge

My Brother-in-law from Texas recommended me this bourbon. I just tried it today and it is outstanding. Excellent pour!

1
  • user-905

    Just visited Garrison Bros. distillery. Great tour and tasting, worth a visit if you are in the area.

Lawrence Rehbein

I sip it straight, it is smooth yet complicated enough to make it wonderfully enjoyable.

0

JasminePoole

Seen through the gold of old Scotch, life seems more beautiful.

0

JasminePoole

The water was not fit to drink. To make it palatable, we had to add whisky. By diligent effort, I learned to like it

0

JasminePoole

It was amazing

0

JasminePoole

I LOVE IT!

0

JasminePoole

TRY IT YOU WILL NEVER REGRET

0

Lawrence Rehbein

This is some of the absolute BEST bourbon you can buy! Great in mix drinks or on the rocks.

0

EDLESON2K6

Nulu Toasted Bourbon finish series

0

JasminePoole

Mash The Grain, Fill The Soul.

0

JasminePoole

Don't Be Weak, Drink A Whiskey A Week

0

Lawrence Rehbein

No one dares to leave the club without this bourbon.

0

Ema_Mathew

This is a good, basic bourbon to keep in your collection for mixing or for enjoying in a short glass over some ice.

0

Ema_Mathew

Smooth and rich. There's a high rye content in the mash bill. Aged in heavily charred casks for an average of 5-8 years

1

Ema_Mathew

I just picked a bottle of Scissortail up this weekend. It's alright. It's light, very smooth, but still very young, I get a lot of corn and alcohol from it.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

Very drinkable with a smooth sweet flavor. Definitely a sipper, not a mixer!

0

Ema_Mathew

it has a long, smooth yet slightly peppery finish.

1

Ema_Mathew

mouthfeel is incredible, the taste is decadently rich

0

Ema_Mathew

mouthfeel is incredible, the taste is decadently rich

0

JasminePoole

Like to cheers-up with friends, drink whisky.

1

JasminePoole

Charming people drink whisky.

0

LukeElledge

I am a fan of Rye Bourbon. I like Wild Turkey, so bought this one to try today and I really like it.

1

JasminePoole

Feel the rhythm of whisky.

1

LukeElledge

Great pour!! cheers

0

LukeElledge

Makes a great old fashioned.

0

Ema_Mathew

i definitely enjoyed notes of vanilla and chocolate

1

Ema_Mathew

No smoky flavor, but it’s a nice mild flavor. Can’t go wrong purchasing this one!!

1

Ema_Mathew

Sip slowly, straight or on the rocks.😋

1

JasminePoole

Whisky is my best friend, he never left me.

1

JasminePoole

Feel the rhythm of whisky.

1

JasminePoole

Whisky can take to the new world.

1

Lawrence Rehbein

Happiness is having a rare steak, a bottle of whisky.

1

Lawrence Rehbein

One of the reasons whiskey is so popular is that there’s no single way to enjoy it.

2

Lawrence Rehbein

Whiskey is the new Coffee !!

1

user-870

1

Ema_Mathew

stands up well as an easy sipper

1

Ema_Mathew

Smooth and delicious. It's now my go to bourbon. Their cask strength bourbon is great too!

2

Ema_Mathew

It’s the best flavored iced tea , not too sweet!!

2

user-905

No longer being distributed county wide. Now only available in limited quantities in Kentucky liquor stores. Hard to find.

0

Ema_Mathew

smooth, bold taste!

0

Ema_Mathew

tastes just like Blantons Gold but at a fifth of the price

1

Ema_Mathew

I drink it neat and love the flavors. It’s a bit harsh at first, but the finish is divine.

1

JasminePoole

it was soo gooood!!!!

1

JasminePoole

worth the price!!!

1

JasminePoole

smile!!! it's whiskeyy!

1

Lawrence Rehbein

The perfect blend of whiskey.

1

Lawrence Rehbein

Smooth and Delicious !!!

1

LukeElledge

Love the whiskey love the price

1

LukeElledge

Newest addition kinda sweet but all around a good pour.

1

LukeElledge

A timeless style of malt whisky.

1

Ema_Mathew

classic pour, smooth, easy on the palate with creamy caramel, caramel corn & vanilla

1

JasminePoole

Whiskey is good times liquefied.

1

Ema_Mathew

concentrated vanilla aroma & a very young bourbon. And it tastes like it.

1

JasminePoole

There’s no right time to drink whiskey. You just gotta live and celebrate your being.

1

Ema_Mathew

Very drinkable with a smooth sweet flavor. Definitely a sipper, not a mixer!

1

JasminePoole

Don’t Be Weak, Drink A Whiskey A Week

0

Ema_Mathew

It's on the sweeter side, but the complexity and authenticity of the flavors makes it stand out. Absolutely worth a try!

1

Ema_Mathew

Fistful has a lot of flavor

2

Ema_Mathew

Bold and spicy with a smooth finish!!!

1

JasminePoole

It’s whisky buddy!!!

1

JasminePoole

Eat-drink-enjoy. It’s whiskey Wednesday!!!

2

JasminePoole

A peg of whisky keeps you fresh.

2

Lawrence Rehbein

A smooth sipping whiskey , Best I ever tasted.

2

Lawrence Rehbein

One of my favourite whiskey.

1

Lawrence Rehbein

This whiskey is smooth! Very good sipping .

0

JasminePoole

Sing-drink whisky...

1

JasminePoole

Charming people drink whisky.

1

Lawrence Rehbein

This peanut butter whiskey is simply amazing. A real true peanut butter taste.

1

JasminePoole

I like it!!!!!!

1

Ema_Mathew

Hits the palate in a very crowd pleasing way ⋅ Superb sipper

1

Ema_Mathew

Quite smooth to drink neat ⋅ Good for mixing ⋅

1

JasminePoole

The smell that is matters.

1

JasminePoole

I feel Friday night with whisky.

2

JasminePoole

I have secret love that is whisky.

3

user-942

Decisions Decisions

0

user-942

Time for a sip of Basil Haydens

2

GrainBarley

Just hanging out with my friend Jameson

2

Ema_Mathew

Rolls nicely down the jawline ⋅ Perfect for sipping

1

Ema_Mathew

Overall sip is surprisingly full-flavored ⋅ Offers a nice mouthfeel

1

Ema_Mathew

Far smoother and easier to drink

0

JasminePoole

Don’t be drunker, be a whisky lover.

0

JasminePoole

Lets have a whiskey!!

1

JasminePoole

A glass of whisky can change your mood.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

Great taste, smooth from start to finish.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

It smells really nice.

1

Lawrence Rehbein

A splendid taste with a warm feel to it. Not to smoky but silky smooth.

2

Lawrence Rehbein

It's like drinking your dessert! So smooth and too easy going down!

0

JBAZ

I don’t like wine so I figured this may be my new past time after 50. Good start?

5

Andrew

Just made it into my top 10!!!

0

Ema_Mathew

Quick finish with little heat ⋅ Cleanest, smoothest and best tasting whiskey

1

Ema_Mathew

Complex array of sweet and earthy notes

0

LukeElledge

Finally got me an Old Fitz!

3

LukeElledge

Just had this this weekend. Deliciousness. Need to go get me one again.

3

LukeElledge

Finally got one! Can't wait to crack this.

7
  • Zech

    how was that??

JasminePoole

Be pretty with whisky lovers.

1

JasminePoole

had a good one!!!

2

JasminePoole

Celebration without whisky, smile without life

2

Pfotey

Picked this one up at the distillery in October. Holy smokes is this good. Nose: vanilla/oak/caramel. Taste: brown sugar/toasted marshmallow/orange/and pepper. Long lasting mouth feel and at 109 not overwhelming heat.

4

JasminePoole

I feel Friday night with whisky.

0

JasminePoole

Whisky never betrays.

0

JasminePoole

yummyyyy!!!!

1

dcdav

Satisfied

4

Pfotey

Great visit to Kentucky and doing a private selection barrel pick.

3

Lawrence Rehbein

I really love how smooth the regular bourbon is from American Born, the peach is very sugary sweet.

0

Lawrence Rehbein

Favorite mixing bourbon. I use this for nice whiskey sours and bourbon manhattans.

1
  • Klint

    Definitely a good one for the price.

JasminePoole

Feel the taste!!!!

0

JasminePoole

Have a whisky and forget your breakup.

0

JasminePoole

It was soo Gooood!!!!!

1

user-1046

Trying something new

5

BDT77

1

Ema_Mathew

Deep notes of blackberry and a tang with the smokiness of the whiskey barrels make this my favorite

0

Ema_Mathew

SIPPIN' savannah!!!

1

Ema_Mathew

It is a high rye bourbon, but the actual mash mix is a mystery. Regardless, I really enjoy this product and plan to purchase many more bottles.

1

JasminePoole

Cheer up! It’s whisky.

1

JasminePoole

Whisky gives the power of imagination.

1

JasminePoole

Forget your bad days, have whisky.

2

Lawrence Rehbein

Courage is found when whiskey is around.

3

Lawrence Rehbein

Bring out that confidence with a glass of whiskey.

3

user-1055

5

BrownM4183

Some good bourbon

7

Beindorf Bed Breakfast & Bourbon

Daily drinker, Tuesday edition.

3

Pfotey

5

Ema_Mathew

Pretty strong wood/barrel taste for a bourbon. Good economical alternative to Red Label

2

Ema_Mathew

Great flavor, great texture, great in coffee and cocktails.

2

Ema_Mathew

Viscous and powerful, extremely tannic (almost obnoxiously so). Packs a punch.

2

JasminePoole

I imagine my love when I have whisky.

3

JasminePoole

Strong nerves people drink whisky.

3
  • Klint

    Sounds good, is it overly sweet?

Abhayo

Sooo smooth...

6

Ema_Mathew

well worth the price!👍 Easy to drink neat. Very smooth and a great flavor.

6

Ema_Mathew

Strong and full of flavor! Lasting warmth of cinnamon!!!

5

Ema_Mathew

To me it’s a refreshing drink in a glass with ice to take the edge off of my day. The right balance of flavors and I love it.

5

Lawrence Rehbein

The flavors are really amazing!!

3

Ema_Mathew

An excellent bourbon.Good mixer!!!

4

Ema_Mathew

Pretty enjoyable bourbon ⋅ Smooth whiskey⋅

6

Zech

Happy Friday sippers

7
  • homicidecop1189

    One of my top 5 for sure

user-1081

Buffalo Trace

5

Bourbon Whisperer

Alright, alright, alright.....

4

Storm20

Chillin

6
  • user-1133

    love a goid cigar with my Bourbon 👍

Thorns and Roses

Seeing what this may be Ike. Nothing like variety.

6

BrownM4183

Thank you veterans 🙏 ❤️

3

Pfotey

Thoughts?

3

CThree11

Happy Veteran's Day

3

Pfotey

2

BrownM4183

Another great whiskey empty

2

user-945

Sipping something new

1
  • Klint

    Haven't seen that one, how is it?

BrownM4183

Who is ready for Yellowstone

4

Pfotey

3

homicidecop1189

Wife got me a subscription for anniversary . I recommend the magazine . Informative great taste test reviews and drink recipes

1

homicidecop1189

Not a bad prize for a raffle . Thanks St. V-M boys soccer

6
  • CaptMayhem

    good stuff, one brand I can drink either way on ice or straight up .

DTOM15

How to stay warm in the winter...

5

DTOM15

Couldn't find it in the app, but this is pretty good

2

Machete1969

Not expensive but very good!

3

StrawBoss864

9
  • lividc

    Bulleit is my #1 especially the 10yr

Pfotey

Damn good Manhattan with Amaro!

6
  • user-1512

    There we go. How you like that combo?

Matt S

Lil toasty in here.

7

user-1233

So Many Decisions!!!

7
  • user-1395

    I have the rabbit hole finished in a sherry cask. I've never tasted anything as bitter as that. I don't mean that in a good way either. I will accept if someone says my tastes aren't sophisticated enough but I bought my last bottle of that! 😎

user-1240

Moved to Texas in September. Finally starting to put together the new bourbon/Whiskey bar.

6

user-1243

Probably my favorite. Any opinions on it?

8
  • Scott Nordquist

    Very good whiskey, didn’t last long in my house and I love the back story

Kelsey Read

Try out this new collection NOW..

10

Matt S

The KEEP!

7

Elena

If you put a gun to my head and told me I could only drink one whiskey brand for the rest of my life, I'd have to go with...

6
  • BourbonDaddy

    Extremely underrated! 101, Rare Breed, and Kentucky Spirit pretty much always on hand in my house.

user-1267

This is my wall Bar that I built! I love Bourbon but I touch and taste a little bit of everything!

12
  • BrownM4183

    wow what a great bar

user-1278

This is my bar

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  • user-1267

    Nice!!!!!!!!

  • user-1267

    love your selection and the Ceiling Shelves are a beautiful and off the chain idea!

  • Abhayo

    Looks like a nice place to have a drink and occasionally let out an "Ooh Rah!"

  • Donald Cobb

    Love the bar Marine!!! Semper Fi!!!!!!

  • Lord Dragon

    Wow!

Elena

Thought to re-watch TVD with salvatore brothers bourbon brand #thevampirediaries #stefan #damon #bourbon #brothersbond #salvatore #ian somerhalder #paulwesley

12
  • Jason Bateman

    it is a delicious way to enjoy the show

  • Andrew S.

    i have been looking all over for that. I guess the only place to get it is online. is it good?

ol'cable dawg

Not bad, mild flavor though.

9
  • CaptMayhem

    how is this never had this brand before, and do u like yours on ice or straight up.

flybum62

9

flybum62

6

flybum62

Blue Label & F&F Opus X kind of night.

10

Elena

I want it, I got it. #weekendvibes

11

CaptMayhem

Hello everyone

7

user-1366

STARLIGHT Distillery great pour

7

BrownM4183

A great bourbon 😋

17
  • dcdav

    indeed It is

CaptMayhem

I'm mostly a straight up type of guy when it comes to my bourbons and whiskies And scotches but but there is some that I like on ice or the rocks what do you all prefer better straight up or on the rocks, ice....

9
  • Lord Dragon

    I like everything on the rocks.

homicidecop1189

Early Christmas Present from my lovely wife !

17

BourbonDaddy

Mondays

8
  • user-427

    Good produt

  • CaptMayhem

    how is that..

  • BourbonDaddy

    I really like it, and quite honestly, I like most of the other Wild Turkey brands as well. That particular Remus was a local store pick. Really enjoying it.

  • Lord Dragon

    Picked up a bottle of Wind Turkey Longbranch today. It's good.

user-1425

I’m just getting Started into this Bourbon journey and education! I’m having a lot of fun figuring out what I actually like. I’d love some suggestions!

11
  • Bobby Kenny

    I'm with ya. Just started myself

  • Dave

    Try Blade and Bow

  • Bourbon Buff

    Try Nulu, a bit expensive but amazing flavors

  • Duane G

    Woodford Double Oaked. My personal go-to time and again as a complex yet affordable bourbon. It's great neat and mixed in a cocktail. Store picks of this are usually exceptionally good and can be picked up for no more than $60 in my area.

  • Lord Dragon

    A few to try: Bib and Tucker, Four Roses, Basil Hayden's, Jim Beam Black, and Wild Turkey Longbranch. If you want to try some higher end stuff, try Blanton's, W.L. Weller, E.H. Taylor, and Eagle Rare...if you can find them...

Bobby Kenny

Just started drinking two months ago. Developed a taste after my first round of COVID-19

9
  • Lord Dragon

    2 months and you're already drinking Blanton's? Good for you.

CaptMayhem

Really good scotch

6

DaytonBourbonNewbie

My score from the other day!

13

Jake Roberts

Just opened a bottle of Floatboat. Good but has that real burn at the end.

2
  • Jake Roberts

    Flatboat.

  • Lord Dragon

    Toss a few ice cubes in the glass!

Paul

That which is most true....

4

ChipEater99999

Early Christmas present

8
  • Lord Dragon

    very cool!

Pfotey

2

homicidecop1189

OHLQ Single Barrel Saturday . Plus a couple of add ons.

2

J.D.R.

My personal collection

9
  • Lord Dragon

    Very nice! Quite a few of my favorites.

Pfotey

4

user-bourbongood

Not bad

2

D-Morris

2
  • D-Morris

    Not too bad.

user-1507

Thank you for allowing me to jion.

4

The Dano1072

Its the most wonderful time of the year! Its not bourbon but its right for the occasion!

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Block

Nice find

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  • dcdav

    how is it? been meaning to pick one up

  • Block

    very good

  • ecengel

    It is delicious!

  • ecengel

    It is delicious!

  • D-Morris

    Just saw this. I guess I should’ve got it.

  • Lord Dragon

    The standard $25 Four Roses is one of my daily sippers, but I haven't tried this. What is your opinion?

user-1366

Some of my latest buys

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D-Morris

Not heard about Yellowstone but this is a special hand picked batch.

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  • JDubnKC

    The four roses single angle Barrell is a staple for me at home. I haven't had the hand picked Yellowstone. The more common one has gained a lot of popularity since the show. Let us know how this one is.

  • Lord Dragon

    The standard $20ish Four Roses is one of my daily sippers. I haven't tried the single barrel yet. What is your opinion?

Matt S

Wowza

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  • Matt S

    Ah yes. The infamous “in the car crotch shot” pic. Sorry about that. Too excited.

  • Lord Dragon

    From Michter's? Is this your favorite?

Albinoguitman

I'm looking for an online liquor store that ships to Ohio. Can anyone help?

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  • firefighter1595

    Cask cartel

  • Albinoguitman

    they seem a bit over priced. have you ever checked out Frootbat?

  • Lord Dragon

    I've ordered from Frootbat.com a few times. They are on the spendy side, but the local Total Wine is often out of good bourbons and doesn't ship to my area, so IMO Frootbat is worth it. Shipping takes about a week and requires an adult to sign for the shipment, but the packaging is solid.

  • BREwing72

    Check out Total Wine out of Delaware. My wife bought this exact bottle for her boss for Christmas. Not 100% sure if they ship across state lines but can't hurt to check.

user-1535

I have been drinking bourbon for about two years now. Really getting into now and trying a lot of different juices. I know Crown is not a bourbon, but it is so smooth and easy to drink. I use one block ice. QUESTION: Can you recommend a Bourbon as smooth as Crown¿P

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  • user-615

    I would recommend Basil Hayden, a sweet oak and raisin or dried cherries.

  • KenRamoss

    How about Angel Envy? It has a smooth Maple Syrup and Chocolate flavour.

  • CTATUM

    Four Roses is my go to

  • dcdav

    old forester 1910

  • homicidecop1189

    I agree. Basil Hayden’s won’t disappoint you

nikkihutson

If you’re local to NKY or on the Bourbon trail, you gotta check out Neeley’s!

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slice of life

My wife retired and the office transformed into my new bar. Building a nice collection.

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  • JDubnKC

    I'm jealous of the new bar and someone retiring. Congrats to you both.

user-1458

Social Still. Bethlehem, Pa Old Fashion.

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Pfotey

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  • Bourbon_Poppy

    Saw this tonight at a local liquor store. what do you think?

user-1582

You can't have too many.

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  • Lord Dragon

    As I've never tried Blanton's, I just ordered several bottles online. What is your take? Are they worth the hype?

user-1194

Gonna be a great holiday!

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  • Lord Dragon

    Nice. Now that you've tried both, and considering they're both products of the Buffalo Trace distillery, what are your thoughts that the one on the left goes for $25 while the one on the right can go for $250?

Pfotey

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user-1612

1.75L, $109.99

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  • user-1832

    Wow. Way over priced. Great bourbon though.

user-1612

Batch #6, Bottle #09825

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user-966

Won in the OH lottery….. pour or sell?

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  • Bourbon Buff

    Pour!

  • DrewC513

    pour!

  • homicidecop1189

    Pour

  • MiketheDrammer

    Send it over I'll decide haha jk

  • akwarmike

    Definitely pour

DrewC513

Wrapping and cracking open a new one!

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  • MiketheDrammer

    Love that one enjoy :)

MiketheDrammer

First post on the app here, cheers!! Just got these in today, good low proofer, only buy at msrp though!

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DrewC513

Wife did a thing for me for Christmas!

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  • Lord Dragon

    She's a keeper!

JDubnKC

New to the app and setting up my bar. I found this in the last month and noticed it's not in the database. Anyone else had this? Mix of 15 and 8 yr by Calumet.

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  • slice of life

    I have a 16yr old bottle, taking to my brother in laws for a party tonight. will let you know how it taste.

  • akwarmike

    Just bought a bottle of the mixed age was highly recommended. Opening tonight will update after

  • JDubnKC

    Keep me posted

  • slice of life

    16yr old was very good, we all enjoyed.

  • JDubnKC

    Glad to hear it. will check that one out as well.

user-945

Tonight's pour

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user-1664

Great shopping in Syracuse NY today

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  • Lord Dragon

    Heyzeus! That's an expensive trip!

user-1676

Kentucky Straight bourbon whiskey.

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homicidecop1189

My Christmas gifts from my amazing wife.

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abridges850

Found a few Dusty’s!!!!

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Pfotey

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DrewC513

Today's grabs!

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  • user-1729

    what voyage?

  • DrewC513

    voyage 24

  • Bourbon Buff

    Let me know if you like the Jefferson's Ocean Aged

  • user-1825

    I do. Like most of their stuff.

Htown216

Secret Santa came through with one of my favorites that's not sold in my state... Cheers!

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  • Heath

    I picked up a bottle last Christmas in San Antonio at a small liquor store.

Allan-CT

Very smooth, like the label reads silky, sweet, spicy ... and it's smooth. Got it at Costco.

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Jason Hedge

Makers and maple syrup Old fashion

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  • Bourbon_Poppy

    Pappy & Co. and Blanton's offer Barrel aged maple syrup that would go nicely in that drink.

user-1791

Here is my Christmas gifts

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user-1796

Finally got my own bottle. Tis the season

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  • Lord Dragon

    Just ordered some online. So expensive! Can't wait to try it. Hope it lives up to the hype.

  • slice of life

    You will enjoy it, very smooth. I was lucky to get a small bottle ($36) when vacationing in Virginia and recently got the 750ml bottle from ABC liquor in Florida(vault purchase)

JDubnKC

Christmas gift. Looking forward to trying this one for the first time.

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  • Bourbon_Poppy

    How was it?

  • Tx Bourbon 22

    Very smooth and great flavor profile on that Bourbon!

  • Bobby Kenny

    One of my top 3

Thin Brew Line est 2020

Just tried this for the first time. I'm more of a bourbon fan but this scotch whiskey is really something special.

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  • user-1800

    Certain scotches are very good. Others are quite bad

user-1800

Any ideas what this will taste like?

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  • JDubnKC

    I'm a novice, but I would say a mix of a spicy rye with campfire smoke. It's very unique.

  • Thin Brew Line est 2020

    Sounds like this might be right up my alley.

Pfotey

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BREwing72

Happy New Years!

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BREwing72

Adding these in my history as they were both very good and want to remember these for the next time I'm in Delaware.

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  • slice of life

    Chestnut Farms bottled and Bond is very good.

BREwing72

Loved the burn of their bourbon.

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  • Scott Nordquist

    Good bourbon!!

BREwing72

Happy New Year!

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SilverSonic

Christmas Goodies

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  • Thin Brew Line est 2020

    That's a magical Christmas right there!

  • user-1063

    Look up the history on Nelson Bros. Very interesting!

  • DrewC513

    why is this a picture from my house?

user-1837

Where can I find Elijah Craig A 122 in Georgia for fair price?

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Micheal Haley

Few scores and Christmas gifts over the holidays!

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  • Micheal Haley

    the Few and the Heavens Door are barrel picks I found at Wine on Broadway in Quincy, IL.

  • Thin Brew Line est 2020

    How is the Bulleit? I have yet to try it.

Alex

My haul for Christmas this year

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Pfotey

Amazing!

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Bourbon_Poppy

New to the App. Hope to find some reviews on bourbons and see what others find out in the Bourbonverse! I live in Southern Indiana and make frequent trips to the Kentucky and local distilleries. I picked this up the other day from a store in Seymour, IN.

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  • Bourbon Buff

    Nice pick! Hope you enjoyed it

Bourbon_Poppy

Highly recommend these bourbon products. Both are sold at the storefronts in Louisville or online.

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Thin Brew Line est 2020

You can use any bourbon that has a caramel/apple touch to it, mix with Rumchata, on the rocks, topped with whipped cream, sprinkled cinnamon and a cinnamon stick. Great Holiday drink. Cheers!

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Bourbon_Poppy

Christmas from my wonderful Wife!!

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  • Bobby Kenny

    Holy cow!!

  • BREwing72

    That's a great one!

  • Lovett

    Did she find those in Indiana?

Bourbon_Poppy

Went hunting in Southern Indiana yesterday. Got quite a haul and didn't break the bank🤣

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Bearded Sloth loves Bourbon

Eagle rare 10yr @ Holy Grail Pub

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  • ChipEater99999

    my favorite

Bearded Sloth loves Bourbon

Smooth and delicious

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Bourbon_Poppy

Heading to Buffalo Trace on 2/2. Hope it's a Blantons Day!

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Bourbon_Poppy

I'm working on a shelf for my den. I'll be combining these displays from my living room and dining room.

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DrewC513

Found today at one of my favorite stores!

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  • Bobby Kenny

    Just had 4 glasses last night. Good value

Gary

It's just a start.

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  • Bobby Kenny

    Not a fan of Larceny

Gary

But the search continues.

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  • Bobby Kenny

    I'm jelly

  • CK-1209

    You Literally made me 😆

Bourbon_Poppy

Ran down to Buffalo Trace today just to hit the gift store. They had Blanton's for $63.95 a bottle. Limit one per person. My wife went with me, so I got two!! Got some other goodies as well. We go back on the 2nd for a tour. Hope it's not another Blanton's day. I can't buy any more for 90 days. Stopped at a nice bar for lunch in Louisville. Check out that bourbon selection!

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Oli

Lots of reading material!

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  • Gary

    wow!

Pfotey

Salut!

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  • Tyler Terrell

    just picked up my first bottle of EHT small batch today! stoked to find one cheers

  • Dan

    Hands down the best bourbon I’ve ever tasted.

Bourbon_Poppy

Got around to opening the BBC Collaboration. If you don't like finished bourbon, this probably isn't for you. I do like them. It's not as sweet as Angel's Envy or RH Derringer. Is dry on the pallet and finishes srong.

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user-1939

Best wishes for a great 23

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  • JamieF

    where can I get some if these bourbon and whiskey? my abc store doesn't carry everything mostly basics.

homicidecop1189

She sees what they have and text me at work . So we both picked it !

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Jason Hedge

Smoked Basil Hayden

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  • Bobby Kenny

    Haven't tried that yet

  • Lovett

    I really like Basil Hayden and I really want to try the Basil Hayden red wine finish!!

Tyler Terrell

Bottle kill. Just a quick and dirty whiskey sour.

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user-1612

Really smooth. Very nice!

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Kyle P

Bad weather evenings and a good bourbon. Wild Turkey 101

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user-1684

Had the day off and did some shopping. Don’t tell the wife

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  • Bobby Kenny

    Blade and Bow is amazing. Had a couple swigs last night

Lovett

Picked up a beauty yesterday!

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  • Bobby Kenny

    Nice, next on my list

Bobby Kenny

I haven't. I'll add to my list

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homicidecop1189

Tonight’s Pour.

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CK-1209

Buffalo Trace

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CK-1209

Old Foster 1910

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Lovett

My pour tonight. One of my absolute favorites!

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John and Kelsey Hutson

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  • akwarmike

    How was the Wild Turkey Rye?

John and Kelsey Hutson

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John and Kelsey Hutson

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John and Kelsey Hutson

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  • user-2549

    How is the Tin Cup?

Pfotey

Chocolate, cherry, citrus and sweetness of brown sugar. 💯 proof (triple cask) finished in sherry/cognac barrels. Fantastic.

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akwarmike

High West Double Rye smoked with Oak chips along side an Ave Maria Reconquista, doesn't get much better.

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JeffG55

Old Grandad 114 old fashion. Eff the Cowgirls!

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Matt

Great weekend, playoff football, bourbon- Jefferson reserve, and cigars...LG

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  • user-2118

    great stuff!

user-2097

New to the group. Cheers all.

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Thin Brew Line est 2020

Keeping these guys on the first row busy. Cheers!

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  • James Ball

    This pic looks great👌

user-2112

Had a little whiskey tasting for my friends. I'm trying to win them over.

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user-1366

Trying new things. And winning.

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Midwest Cappers

New to the bourbon game. Nice old fashioned to end a long day

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  • Thin Brew Line est 2020

    Four Roses is awesome!

Thebourbs

Enjoying some Blantons and Michter’s . Not a bad night so far .

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Stew1990

Eagle rare

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  • Mark Harmon

    it really nice to see eagle rare

user-2077

😊😊

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Lovett

Got my second bottle of Antique 107 so I opened one and had a pour! Not too bad!

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Dave Regal

Midwinter’s Night Dram. Sweet pour with nice caramel notes and what tastes like a black liqourice finish. I now understand the hype and the price tag. Good stuff!

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  • Chandy18

    What act did you get?

  • user-2296

    I’m intrigued by this bottle currently trying to get my hands on one glad to hear the good review

Chandy18

This is a bit late.. But this is the wife’s and I haul for December. We have been moving, so it has been delayed.

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Thin Brew Line est 2020

Four Roses always brings it home! Football playoffs and bourbon!

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Thin Brew Line est 2020

Well, this was mini, a small gift from a friend. Their Peach moonshine is better than their whiskey. It is actually loaded with peaches.

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Stew1990

Johnnie walker double black, much better than regular black label in my opinion

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user-2194

I just picked this up. Recommend at total wine. I enjoyed it over ice.

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  • Thin Brew Line est 2020

    I've been looking at this stuff but haven't grabbed some yet.

jAsEn

Now I want to try the different options. This is so good.

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Lovett

Picked up this beauty this weekend!

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Pfotey

Heaven Hill experience selection. Delicious!

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  • Lovett

    I want to try Bernheim. I have heard good things!

  • user-2309

    I really enjoyed this

MSeuss

Incredibly smooth and great taste.

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  • user-2218

    just got some last night liked it very much

  • RynoK

    Nice! What recipe (mash bill and yeast strain) was that? Just cracked an OESV that was delicious!

Steven Hicks

Picked up this beauty on Saturday. Oaky and delicious!

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  • iCruzPR

    How much you pick it up for?

Thin Brew Line est 2020

Can't wait to dive into this!

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DKSchneider

Bookers 8 year Small Batch.

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Thin Brew Line est 2020

Got the mini's to try and evaluate before spending on the full size. Not a fan of the Larceny but the Cooper's Craft is unique and not too bad. Newer bourbon, with honey mint on the top end, yet light and smooth going down and a birch on the nose from the onset. May give it a go.

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Lovett

Having a little double oaked tonight!

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Chandy18

Trying this guy we picked up tonight!

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Thin Brew Line est 2020

First time hitting the 9 year small batch and wow! It's a mashbill so I didn't expect it to be this sweet. Oak, vanilla with a hint of caramel hit the nose as you take the first sip. Some spice accompanies the sweet flavor. With a caramel hue to it, sweet and slightly spicy, it was enjoyable. Glad I grabbed this one. No regrets, not even a single letter!

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user-2261

If you did not get a chance to grab a bottle of this southern treasure, then shame on you. This tasty bourbon of only seven years comes from the Cathead distillery in Jackson Mississippi. Like a fine southern gentile beverage, this is one you will want to take home and keep all to yourself. I could not locate the bar code with the app. Someone said they only made about 7000 bottles featuring the blues player Luke Mayer. I’ve got my fingers crossed to get my hands on a couple of Series 2 of this gem. Tin photo series 1 is Luke Mayer, so far they have not mentioned the next blues artist to be featured. My wife is sad we couldn’t find two: one to drink and one to put up to collect with the entire series.

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iCruzPR

Coming home with me today

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  • The BourbonRican!

    Haw are ya??

  • iCruzPR

    Hey, how r yaaaa!

  • user-2316

    I love the Knob Creek.

  • iCruzPR

    Had it for the first time, it was great. Also opened up the 12 year knob creek…. Amazing

Stew1990

Jack daniels single barrel select. Very tasty pour

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iCruzPR

This weeks pick up *Old post was deleted for some reason*

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  • The BourbonRican!

    Because haw are yaaaaa?

Thin Brew Line est 2020

#respecttheraildrinks Heard about this being a great well option for the $, so we're going to give it a whirl. The reviews are decent and the articulated smell, sip and taste seem intriguing. We'll see.

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Lovett

Got lucky today!

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crsw55

Good Thursday. Jim Beam Double Oak!

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Stew1990

Elijah craig small batch

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  • Bobby Kenny

    Cheers! I'm with ya

Scoops

First time tasting this

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Ryan Fell

First pour of this.

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Stew1990

Old forester 1920. 115 proof

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Meisinger

Bootleg Volume IV

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VAUGHN PLATT

Nice price and taste.

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  • Jrod1101

    Just bought it this evening. $17.00 at my local Walmart

  • The BourbonRican!

    Can’t go wrong with Evan Williams BIB

  • The BourbonRican!

    Good one!

VAUGHN PLATT

Jim Beam

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  • Bobby Kenny

    How is that? I'm going to grab one

FDA

Cheers!!

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Dan

2023’ additions.

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Dan

2023’ additions.

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Dan

2023’ additions.

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Dan

2023’ additions.

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Dan

Added this weekend.

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  • user-2549

    how is that Widow Jane?

Dan

Added this weekend.

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  • Bobby Kenny

    Love that small batch

Dan

Late 2022’ additions.

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  • Bobby Kenny

    Wow nice score

  • DrewC513

    Is the WP Smokestock good?

Dan

Good stuff!

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DrewC513

This weekends grabs!

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Jay and Deb

Happy Sunday

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Julie

Football and Bourbon