Tagged "bourbon"


Is The New Shenk’s Homestead Bourbon A Michter’s Whiskey?

Posted by Ilya Dorfman on


What is in the name of a whiskey? That is a big question in this day and age of America’s revived love affair with this spirit. There’s been a lot of debate online, in bars and at many distilleries about truth in marketing for whiskey, namely being honest on the labeling about where the liquor comes from (i.e. where it was distilled at) and who is behind it. With all of this in mind I thus became quite curious about the breadcrumb trail of one Shenk’s Homestead Original Bourbon Whiskey, which recently began surfacing for sale in the Northeast US. Continue reading...
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Benefits of Whiskey

Posted by Sandra Petrosova on

Apparently Whiskey is one of the best alcohols you can drink. Not only is it the least likely to give you a hangover, but it’s also one of the healthiest around. Continue reading...

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For The Bourbon Collector

Posted by Ilya Dorfman on

As American whiskey booms, suppliers roll out many year end treats that can delight the bourbon fan. Parker's Heritage Collection is an annual release - this year, a 13 year old wheat whiskey bottled at 63.7 percent alcohol. Made the year master distiller Parker Beam first crafted Bernheim Wheat Whiskey, this batch uses too much wheat to be called bourbon, but it's something special.  Continue reading...

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