Thomas H. Handy Sazerac Rye 2016

Thanks to /u/devoz for pouring me a sample. I usually feel a bit sheepish about some of my reviews. They’re behind the times, to be honest. However when it comes to the rarer, harder to find stuff, I’m going to review them when I get the chance. Period. Take, for instance, Thomas H. Handy Sazerac Rye from 2016. Yes, […]

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66 Gilead Wild Oak

I’m a bit late on this one, so let’s go a bit quick. 66 Gillead was a distillery in Prince Edward County. They made rum, gin, eau du vie, whisky, and probably other things I’m forgetting. They were sold and the name was changed to Kinsip, with some changes and some whiskies staying similar. 66 […]

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Highland Park Full Volume

Thank you to a friend (not on reddit) who poured me this sample. We’ve seen recently that Highland Park was, a few decades ago, playing around with casks. So you have things like Highland Park Fire, which was ex port casks and also Highland Park Full Volume, which was only ex-Bourbon casks. But the experimentation didn’t […]

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Bastille Single Malt

So I’m at a bar. I know, surprised as usual. But I’m in Canada and there’s actually a selection of whiskies. Even ones I haven’t had. Which almost never happens. However I’m DD, and I take that seriously so I can have one before my lunch, and that’s all. Yes, I’m big enough I could […]

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GlenDronach 17 1994 Single Cask

Thanks to /u/devoz for pouring me a sample of this. Let’s take a nostalgia trip, shall we? You’ll see people talk about GlenDronach with much happiness. And then there’s some other whisky geeks who seem to get kinda sad when they come up. Why is that? Is it because they stopped peating their whisky back […]

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