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MAKER’S MARK PRIVATE SELECT — A DUO OF PICKS REVIEW

Maker’s Mark is an iconic whisky that serves as a gateway to the wide variety of Kentucky bourbon available to enjoy. Countless people have told me Maker’s was their first whisky love.

That holds true for me as well. Maker’s was the first bourbon I ever drank neat. Prior to Maker’s, it was house whiskey’s mixed with sour. Something about that iconic bottle with the dipped wax seems to draw new whiskey drinkers like flies to BBQ on a hot southern summer day.

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RUSSELL’S RESERVE 2002 REVIEW

Russell’s Reserve 2002 packs a punch with the normal spice you’d expect from Wild Turkey but with the flavor and complexity of a bourbon that’s been aging gracefully for over 15 years.

Master Distiller Eddie Russell said, “When I tasted 2002 for the first time, I knew I couldn’t mess with it. It was exactly what I had envisioned, and I wanted Bourbon connoisseurs and collectors to experience the liquid in all its glory. The sweet spot for our Bourbon is normally eight-to-12 years, but every now and then you find a barrel that defies expectations.”
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PEERLESS RYE WHISKEY REVIEW

Peerless Rye Whiskey (like most in Kentucky) traces its root to the late 19th century. In 1889, Henry Kraver, a banker, bought the Worsham Distillery and grew it into a successful distillery crafting upwards of 200 barrels a day.
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BOURBON REVIEW: PURSUIT SERIES EPISODE 10 (WHEATER)

Pursuit Spirits are handpicked single barrels from the duo behind the Bourbon Pursuit podcast. The other two pillars behind each Pursuit pick is all the whiskey is uncut and unfiltered, and they’re chosen with bourbon geeks in mind.
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BOURBON REVIEW: FOUR ROSES SMALL BATCH SELECT

I’m a huge Four Roses fan. I’m one of those guys who’s hunting all 10 recipes. For those who don’t know Four Roses has two Mashbills and five yeast strains to make 10 available recipes.
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