Tag Archive: Rye

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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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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Oct 28

NWC September – The Whiskies of Johnnie Walker

I honestly can’t believe it took the Newcomers Whisky Club over four years to finally conduct a tasting of The Whiskies of Johnnie Walker! For some of the most well-known, truly ubiquitous whiskies in the world, for us to have waited this long is probably some sort of whisky heresy! But all is now right in the …

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Oct 27

Maker’s Mark, KY Straight Bourbon Whisky

Maker’s Mark, a Kentucky Straight Bourbon whisky from the Beam Suntory stable, is one of those nearly iconic whiskys with widespread recognition and broad appeal. Almost certainly, you will find a bottle on the shelf at almost any bar or restaurant, easily recognized by its traditional squarish bottle and the distinctive, hand-dipped, red wax seal with the …

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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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