Tag: whiskey

Buffalo Trace Releases 13-Year-Old Old Fashioned Sour Mash Bourbon

Buffalo Trace bourbon whiskey experiment

FRANKFORT, FRANKLIN COUNTY, KY (Sept. 22, 2015)  Buffalo Trace Distillery has returned to its roots with the latest release in their long-running experimental whiskey program, a bourbon made using an old-fashioned process of souring the mash.  Distilled in May of 2002, this Old Fashioned Sour Mash experiment used Buffalo Trace’s proprietary mash.  The bourbon was cooked … Read more

Whiskey Review: Teeling Small Batch Irish Whiskey

Teeling Irish Whiskey

For many years, the Irish whiskey business was dominated by just a couple major players. Through consolidations, sales, and reorganizations, the names of the owners changed, but the status quo remained essentially the same. (Today those two owners are Beam-Suntory and Diageo.) The only significant competition to those two was from the Cooley Distillery, founded … Read more

Whiskey Review: Abraham Bowman High Rye Bourbon

Abraham Bowman bourbon is made in Kentucky by the Buffalo Trace Distillery and then redistilled, aged, and bottled at the A. Smith Bowman facility in Fredericksburg, Virginia. (This is what is generally believed to happen anyway. Sazerac, the owners of Buffalo Trace, are quiet about some of the details of this whiskey.) The Bowman company has been … Read more

Whisky Review: Auchentoshan American Oak Single Malt Scotch

Auchentoshan American Oak Single Malt Scotch

Auchentoshan Lowland Scotch Whisky has released a new single malt that is designed to appeal to bourbon drinkers. The new American Oak Single Malt Scotch is aged in first fill ex-bourbon casks, the first Auchentoshan to be matured in this way. It’s still a single malt Scotch, triple-distilled from 100% malted barley, but by aging … Read more