Bourbon

Review #930 – 1792 Full Proof, Big Red Liquors Selection (Summer 2017)

1792 Full Proof is typically a small batch, proofed release from Barton in Kentucky. Bottled at 125pf, it is hard to tell what the original barrel proof was for these releases, but all the same, 62.5% ABV isn’t a bad number to run with. This is very similar to Knob Creek’s Single Barrel Reserve, which is a release consistently diluted to 60% ABV and I like those all the way from fine to amazing. In this series, I’m comparing a variety of Single Barrel releases from the Full Proof lineup, selected by various stores, vendors and societies in the USA.

Review #928 – 1792 Full Proof, Maryland Farms #2 Selection

1792 Full Proof is typically a small batch, proofed release from Barton in Kentucky. Bottled at 125pf, it is hard to tell what the original barrel proof was for these releases, but all the same, 62.5% ABV isn’t a bad number to run with. This is very similar to Knob Creek’s Single Barrel Reserve, which is a release consistently diluted to 60% ABV and I like those all the way from fine to amazing. In this series, I’m comparing a variety of Single Barrel releases from the Full Proof lineup, selected by various stores, vendors and societies in the USA.

Review #926 – 1792 Full Proof, MC’s Package Store Selection

1792 Full Proof is typically a small batch, proofed release from Barton in Kentucky. Bottled at 125pf, it is hard to tell what the original barrel proof was for these releases, but all the same, 62.5% ABV isn’t a bad number to run with. This is very similar to Knob Creek’s Single Barrel Reserve, which is a release consistently diluted to 60% ABV and I like those all the way from fine to amazing. In this series, I’m comparing a variety of Single Barrel releases from the Full Proof lineup, selected by various stores, vendors and societies in the USA.

Review #924 – 1792 Full Proof, DEP’s Selection

1792 Full Proof is typically a small batch, proofed release from Barton in Kentucky. Bottled at 125pf, it is hard to tell what the original barrel proof was for these releases, but all the same, 62.5% ABV isn’t a bad number to run with. This is very similar to Knob Creek’s Single Barrel Reserve, which is a release consistently diluted to 60% ABV and I like those all the way from fine to amazing. In this series, I’m comparing a variety of Single Barrel releases from the Full Proof lineup, selected by various stores, vendors and societies in the USA.

Review #915 – #923: 9 Blinds Walk Into A Bar

I bet on any other screen you’d have assumed that was a typo and should have read ‘9 Blondes Walk Into A Bar’. Welp, you’re wrong. This is a fun exercise on putting my palate on the line to see what fun blind reviews can be. Spoiler: we already know they’re fun. So, why slow that fun down? I thought so. Join me as I lay out my thoughts on all of these blind experiences, and let’s see how it turns out in the end.

Review #908 – Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel Bourbon, Barrels and Brews “Backstage Pass” Selection

​Review #908 | Bourbon Review #475 – Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel Bourbon, Barrels & Brews “Backstage Pass” Selection The Schtick: This is a single barrel of Wild Turkey’s Russell’s Reserve bourbon that was selected by Barrels and Brews. Distiller: Wild Turkey Bottler: Wild Turkey ABV: 55% ABV Age: NAS Nose: Honey, clove, peanut brittle, waffle cone and pepper. Sweet, musty, nutty. …