My specialty is spirits reviews, which likely brought you here. There are many types of distilled spirits, so if you’re only interested in a specific one, feel free to sort by spirit type below.


The bread and butter of my review archive, whiskey is distilled from cereal grains. Containing categories such as bourbon, scotch, rye and international whiskeys, there’s a little something for every whiskey drinker in this slice of the archive.


Agave is a wild, diverse catalogue of spirits that I am especially passionate about. The umbrella of Agave here at t8ke.review contains reviews of Mezcal, Tequila, Raicilla, Sotol and Bacanora


Gin is a neutral spirit infused with juniper and other botanicals. In the US, in oder to be considered a gin, it must be 40% ABV or higher in strength and be infused with at least juniper (all other extra botanicals just add flavor).


Distilled from molasses or cane juice all over the world, rum is a historical and diverse spirit. It also makes up a good chunk of my review archive. Dive in here to check out all of the rums I have reviewed.


The final of my “big three” of aged spirits, Brandy is distilled from fermented fruit, most typically grapes. Cognac and Armagnac, both subtypes of brandy are historically significant and represent a broad swath of the brandy category.