Fred took to YouTube on Wednesday night to recap the best whiskeys he tasted in Q3 of 2020, a year that most would agree could use all the good whiskey it can get. Here’s a rundown by category of what he especially liked, and bear … Continue readingA Comprehensive Look at the Best Whiskeys From Q3 to Join Best American Whiskey 2020 Race
Well, that was fun: I posted a video every day in September to celebrate Bourbon Heritage Month. The Best Bourbons of the Century So Far can be found here. You can learn about my methodology on Forbes. . Of course, we only have a sample … Continue readingThe List: Best Bourbons of The Century So Far
Old Forester today announced the forthcoming release of three limited edition small batch whiskeys to celebrate the brand’s 150th anniversary. The bourbons are blends of 150 barrels chosen by master distiller Chris Morris, a few of which lost their full contents to angel’s share. What … Continue readingOld Forester to Release Trio of Limited Release Bourbons to Commemorate 150 Years
The annual Speed Art Museum bourbon auction, which takes place Sept. 24, will be entirely virtual this year, featuring a wide range of rare bottles and VIP whiskey experiences. The Art of Bourbon event for the past two years has auctioned off some ultra-rare bottles, … Continue readingSpeed’s Art of Bourbon Auction, Sept. 24, to Feature Rare Whiskeys, Experiences
The $41-$60 taste-off wrapped up with the winners from both legs staring each other down in a taste-off. It was Rare Breed, the winner from tasting No. 1, versus Old Forester 1920, the victor in tasting No. 2. And it was close. Really, really close. … Continue readingIt Came Down to Rare Breed vs. Old Forester 1920: Which One Came Out on Top?
This was the final in the blind taste-off of available bourbons — in other words, bourbons you can typically find on the shelf at a decent-sized liquor store. You know the drill: I walked into a liquor store, this time being Party Center in Prospect, … Continue readingWhat Bourbon Emerged Victorious in the Final $41-$60 Blind Taste-Off?