Liberty Pole Triple Review (Bassett Town Whiskey, Rye, Peated Bourbon)

Thanks to Liberty Pole spirits for the samples. I appreciate the chance to try your whisky. Liberty Pole is not the name of a strip joint in Pittsburgh. Well, it might be. However we’re not talking about that today. We’re discussing Liberty Pole Spirits. Washington Country, Pennsylvania was founded by Scotch-Irish veterans of the Revolutionary War. And because they were Scotch-Irish, they had a higher… Continue reading Liberty Pole Triple Review (Bassett Town Whiskey, Rye, Peated Bourbon)

Glenfarclas 25 Cadenhead’s Authentic Collection

Thanks to /u/kinohead for this sample. The names of the following story have been changed, as I don’t actually know their names. It’s a typical day at the Glenfarclas distillery. Jim, head guy, is enjoying some of the new music on his awesome walkman. He gets ready to meet with the head distillery. Sammy, the head of the distillery, enters with Jim’s assistant, Mirabelle. She looks… Continue reading Glenfarclas 25 Cadenhead’s Authentic Collection

Crown Royal Hand Selected Barrel [Review of a New Bottle]

Thanks to /u/devoz for this sample. And you may find yourself living in a shotgun shack And you may find yourself in another part of the world And you may find yourself behind the wheel of a large automobile And you may find yourself in a beautiful house, with a beautiful wife And you may ask yourself Well…How did I get here? Oh… I got caught… Continue reading Crown Royal Hand Selected Barrel [Review of a New Bottle]

Port Ellen 20 1978 [Feather’s Flight Review Set #17]

Hey, it’s that whisky people wait for when it go to The Feathers Pub. Because it’s an Islay and you always finish with an Islay. Dammit. So this is pretty standard, as everyone can attest. You know, you go out, have a couple drams, finish up with a Port Ellen. Specifically Port Ellen 20 1978. You know, that standard sipper that we all have. I’m… Continue reading Port Ellen 20 1978 [Feather’s Flight Review Set #17]

Millburn Signatory Vintage 1979 [Feather’s Flight Review Set #17]

The Feathers Pub! That’s where I went. What in the what is Millburn distillery? Well like a lot of the world, they stopped producing quality spirits in the 80s and fell into ruin, leaving us all with a gaping hole in our chests where they used to be. Well… that was a little melodramatic. The distillery started in 1807, before the Excise Act of 1823.… Continue reading Millburn Signatory Vintage 1979 [Feather’s Flight Review Set #17]