Tag Archive: Rye Whiskey

Mar 30

RYE ME? or the North Texas Spirits Society Rye Extravaganza

RYE ME? or the North Texas Spirits Society Rye Tasting Extravaganza! This past Sunday the NTSS met at our usual haunt for another exceptional event! And on this auspicious occasion, our focus was on Rye Whiskies – American or Canadian – and it turned out to be an exceptional tasting session! As per our stringent and …

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Mar 10

Redemption Rye Whiskey

Redemption Rye Whiskey , Batch 097 Redemption Rye whiskey is another of those ubiquitous whiskies seen on the shelves of most retail stores and a good number of bars. This is a sourced whiskey brought to the market by Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits, a distributor primarily focused on wines, with labels such as Yellow Tail, …

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Mar 07

NWC: “Everything but the Kitchen Sink!”

Newcomers Whisky Club: “Everything but the Kitchen Sink!” Tasting   I’ve referenced in a couple of the recent posts that our Newcomers Whisky Club had a big blowout tasting event in February which was, sadly, my last hurrah leading this great group! The underlying motivation for this bash was our impending move to Spain. As I am …

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Feb 20

NWC November Meeting updated – Americana!

In the midst of everything else I’ve got going on at the moment, I realized that I hadn’t finished the update about our final Newcomers Whisky Club meeting of 2016…which was in November! 😳 So I wanted to finish this and get the information posted! Our theme for this tasting was “Americana,” and was an …

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May 18

High West Campfire

High West Campfire, according to the description on the company’s website, “is the world’s only, and possibly first, blend of Scotch, bourbon and rye whiskeys. A very unusual, distinctive, yet delicious whiskey.” I can’t argue with their claim because although I know that there have been experiments combining Irish and Scotch whiskies, and also some …

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