Journeyman Whiskey Reviews – A recipe for something different.

Just over a week ago, I had the good fortune of finding myself with a free Sunday afternoon in southwest Michigan.  With a quick google search, I knew exactly how I would kill that time:  a tour of the Journeyman Distillery in Three Oaks, Michigan.

Journeyman Distillery Tour

While there, I picked up a few bottles that are reviewed below.  But first, a little bit about Journeyman.

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Scott Hill

Scott is a co-founder of Flight Club and a frequent writer and reviewer on the Club’s blog.

Lossit Scotch and the Stanley Hotel Whiskey Bar Revisited

For me, the close of summer means a visit to Estes Park, Colorado. And while I’m there, one of the places I always visit is the Stanley Hotel. More specifically, I pay a visit (or three) to the Stanley Hotel’s Cascades Whiskey Bar.

Stanley Hotel Whiskey Bar

The Stanley Hotel Whiskey Bar continues to stock a wide selection of whiskey – bourbon, Scotch, Irish, and American – with premium selections of each. The bar has also more recently begun to feature whiskey flights, which is very helpful when being tasked to select from so many different choices.

This most recent visit, I decided to try the bar’s flight featuring three of their single barrel whiskey picks – Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel Bourbon, Knob Creek Single Barrel Bourbon, and Lossit Scotch Pedro-Ximenez Sherry Cask Finish.

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Stephen Netherton

Stephen is a regular writer at FlightClubICT.com

Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Revival Review

Wild Turkey Revival

Master’s Keep Revival is Wild Turkey‘s third U.S. release of the Master’s Keep lineup.  We previously reviewed the 17 Year and Decades, which received numerous accolades including being named #3 on Whiskey Advocates Whiskey of the Year awards.   Both were quality bourbons, and so we have high hopes for this third U.S. release.

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Scott Hill

Scott is a co-founder of Flight Club and a frequent writer and reviewer on the Club’s blog.