Since being announced as 2017’s overall “Whiskey of the Year” in Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible, the whiskey community has been anticipating the 2018 release of Colonel E.H. Taylor Four Grain bourbon from Buffalo Trace Distillery.
(Check out our review of the 2017 Colonel E.H. Taylor Four Grain here.)
But when will the 2018 Colonel E.H. Taylor Four Grain be released? And will it be any different than the 2017 release?
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Since our inception in January 2014, Flight Club has slowly been taking the spirit world over with style and sophistication that were once unheard of. Seriously. Just ask us.
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Winter is squarely in the rear-view mirror. Does that mean that we’re entering whiskey’s “off season,” during the Spring and Summer months?
Maybe that perspective could have been justified in years past. Yes, the Fall and Winter months traditionally yield the most whiskey intrigue. But, the whiskey industry’s continued boom means that every season is whiskey season.
There have been several exciting announcements for new release whiskeys locally and nationally this Spring and Summer. Here are a few that you should know:
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Host: Philip Butler
Cognac is a grape distillate that is technically a brandy, but because it is made in a specific way and comes from the Cognac region of France, it is called “Cognac.” Any brandy that comes from any other place may not be called Cognac.
Continue reading “April 2018: Hennessy Double Blind Tasting”