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Wild Turkey Spiced Bourbon because, why not?

The only way I can describe Wild Turkey Spiced is as an “island bourbon,” if there ever was such a thing. It is light, but it swishes around your glass like a heavy bourbon, and it is incredibly drinkable. It hits the gates smooth, but burns comfortably all the way down, and a little after. I don’t know if burns is the right term, maybe stokes. It stokes. That’s a term, shutup.

Whiskey Review: Evan Williams Single Barrel Vintage

WASHINGTON, January 24, 2014 — Cruising the liquor store aisles thinking that perhaps I should purchase something that I would not mind critiquing, translates into Conor- speech to mean “If I buy that bottle I bet I could write about it”, I picked up a bottle of Evan Williams Single Barrel Vintage. First of all, shut ...

Knob Creek Maple Bourbon: A drink to keep warm this winter

WASHINGTON, January 16, 2014 — This is my first whiskey review, and despite the name of this particular column I am not a snob about whiskey. I am a bourbon drinker first, an Irish drinker second, and a beer drinker third. Everything else may as well not exist to me, except tequila which is acceptable under ...