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If set in present day, Jed Clampett would be better off if up from the ground came a bubbling Pappy Van Winkle. Although this would make for a terrible TV show theme song, it’s hard to argue the fact that Bourbon is becoming the equivalent o
Review: 2015 Van Winkle Lot B
Having already tried most of the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection including Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 15 year, I wasn’t sure what to expect with the 2015 Van Winkle Family Reserve Lot B. Lot B is aged for 12 years and is now
Review: 2011 Thomas H. Handy
While working my way through the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection I final got my chance to try some 2011 Thomas H Handy. Like the other offerings from this collection, the excitement and expectations were high. A 6 year old 128.6 proof
Review: 2014 Sazerac 18 Year
The Buffalo Trace Antique Collection are some of the most sought after bourbons and ryes around. Sazerac is one of if not the most coveted of the ryes. Every year it is on my list of must haves (though it doesn’t seem to work out t
Updated Changes to BottleBlueBook
There have been some big improvements to BottleBlueBook we're excited to share with you. If you haven't already noticed there are a few minor and major differences, as well as, some nice functionality changes to better serve the community of
Review: Blanton's Straight From The Barrel
Blanton’s has always been one of those outstanding and affordable bourbons. Since it is a single barrel, the quality is consistent from one season to the next. Blanton’s as a brand also has Special Reserve at 80 proof, Gold which is 10
Review: 1792 Sweet Wheat
Ridgemont Reserve a brand from Barton Distillery in Bardstown, KY released 1792 Sweet Wheat. Unlike their other bourbons, this particular release was made with wheat as opposed to the rye they use with their 1792 release. This makes a sweeter more