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Bourbon Review

Bourbon Review: Blue Note Juke Joint Whiskey Uncut

According to the website, “In June of 2019, the rickhouse that stored much of Blue Note’s inventory collapsed in a terrible summer storm, spilling thousands of barrels and millions of dollars into the muck and mud.  Most of the barrels were destroyed by the incredible force of nearly 10 million pounds crumbling six stories to the ground. We thought all was lost, but a special few somehow survived the disaster.  Surviving the collapse, however, turned […]

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Bourbon Review

Bourbon Review: Wheat Penny 1958 Bourbon

No, this bourbon is not from 1958. The year denotes the last time the U.S. currency wheat penny was produced. Each bottle of Wheat Penny Bourbon has an actual one cent piece glued to the cap of the bottle. According to the company, “Using proprietary technology to mature their spirits, they take very young whiskey – aged in a barrel for less than six months and instead of continuing to keep the whiskey in the […]

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Rye Review

Rye Review: Traverse City Whiskey Co. North Coast Rye

Traverse City Whiskey Co. has scored very high here on The Liquor Authority. Today we review their North Coast Rye which is a blended rye of American Rye and Straight Rye Whiskey. Made in small batches, and our review bottle comes from Batch No. 007. Feel free to insert any James Bond jokes you may have here. We were sent samples which has no affect on our final score, but we should point out we […]

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