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Ranking Old Forester Whiskeys. Which is the Best?

Written by Mark Pringle
I am almost reluctant to provide a ranking of Old Forester whiskeys for fear of drawing too much attention to this fabulous line of bourbons. Old Forester produces such rich and high-quality whiskeys

Ranking the Best Weller Bourbons. Which Weller is the Best?

Weller is Buffalo Trace Distillery’s fabulous line of award-winning wheated bourbon whiskeys. With seven wheated bourbons in this stable, which one is the best, and how do they rank? To determin

The Uses of Distillation Other Than in the Creation of Spirits

Distillation is a rustic cycle that involves the selective boiling and succeeding condensation of an element in any liquid mixture. You can employ the said process to either upswing the content of a s

How to Drink Bourbon So That You Enjoy It

Written by Mark Pringle
I can’t tell you how often I have shared bourbon with friends only to have them respond, "That is too hot," or, they will say, “I only taste the alcohol." Unfortunately

The 5 Best Ways to Drink Bourbon (Pros and Cons) for Beginners

Written by Mark Pringle
There are many ways to drink bourbon, and there may be no one way that is “the best” when considering everyone has a personal preference. With that in mind, what are the common and most po

How to Evaluate Bourbon and Other Whiskeys

Bourbon tastings have become a popular activity among whiskey drinkers. In fact, you have seen enthusiasts analyze and evaluate whiskeys as if they are examining a fine work of art. These experts refe

How to Host a Bourbon Tasting Event for Friends

Written by Mark Pringle
Bourbon is to be enjoyed with friends. When you combine friendship with a bourbon tasting, the enjoyment of the event is kicked up a notch. However, what is the best way to host a bourbon tasting? Wha

What are Wheated Bourbon and Wheat Whisky?

All whiskeys are made from a combination of grains which is known as a mash bill. What makes them different is the ratio of the different grains that go into the manufacturing and distilling of the fi

Midwest Grain Products (MGP) and Its Influence in the Bourbon and Whiskey World

Written by Mark Pringle
It is well known within the whiskey community that many "distilleries" buy their whiskeys from the same source. This fact may come as a surprise to many new to the bourbon and rye world beca

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