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Month: June 2016

High West American Prairie

If you’ve never heard of High West you should rectify that and get on the bandwagon. They’re an Utah distillery that sources their whiskey and then makes all kinds of interesting expressions. This quartz article does a great job of talking about High West’s philosophy and the art of blending. Unfortunately, some of their limited expressions are hard to find e.g. Midwinter Night’s Dram and Yipee Ki-Yay. Someday hopefully in my bourbon hunts I’ll get around to scoring a bottle of these.

This particular bourbon, however, is not hard to find and is sourced from three different whiskeys from at least two different distilleries. The first whiskey is a two-year-old MGP Seagrams whiskey and then the are two mystery Kentucky bourbons; the first being a six-year-old whiskey and the second being a thirteen year-old. One of these is rumored to be four roses and some of the notes definitely support that theory.

Now on with the tasting.

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It’s #NationalBourbonDay so if you haven’t already, pour yourself a dram of your favorite bourbon, and get to celebrating.

If you’ve already had some bourbon now is a good time to refresh your glass.


Knob Creek Limited Edition 2001


Laid down in 2001, by Booker Now and subsequently finished by his successor Fred Noe, this passing of the torch expression is the oldest to date–at 14 years–for the Knob Creek brand.
Hard to not think of where I was in 2001. And like this bourbon I hope that the changes throughout the years have created something better then the sum of the original ingredients.

Now onto the review.

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