Lost Lantern is a vatted malt whiskey. Made in America. Whoa! Now that is a rare and wonderful thing. I’ve tasted my share of vatted whiskies, and I quite enjoyed them. But they all were from Scotland. A vatted whiskey
Some years ago, Remy commissioned artists to design limited edition wrappers for their bottles. This is one of them—this one is pretty fun. It also exhibits that Cognac-makers realized there was profit in evolving their marketing, moving it beyond the
Parting is such sweet sorrow! But what a lovely make this was. I sipped this 80 proof spirit neat. I enjoyed the only texture and the nut and vanilla notes. And at about $45 a bottle this is a fine
What a whiskey world we live in. This 80-proof spirit is a combination of two Kentucky straight rye whiskey and two Kentucky straight bourbons. The rye to bourbon ration is about four to one. This whiskey is sweet and spicy.
An Irish whiskey aged in about barrels? Makes sense to us. The result is an 80-proof whiskey that is a little sweet and shows notes of coffee and chocolate. (Rating: Good) Read more at https://www.jamesonwhiskey.com/en-US/ourwhiskeys/jameson-caskmates
Some weeks back I made a decision: I would buy no new bottles of liquor for as long as possible. My reason was not anxiety about my weight or a sudden conversion to teetotalism. No, I had simply grown tired