The People's Bourbon Review

Is Selling Bourbon Illegal? No, But...

Written by Mark Pringle
Deep within the catacombs of social network bourbon groups and the recesses of secondary bourbon markets, you will find individuals who are attempting to sell individual bottles of hard-to-find bourbo

Larceny Barrel Proof B522 Review

A review of Larceny Barrel Proof B522 written by Mark Pringle
Larceny Barrel Proof B522 maintains Larceny's wonderfully consistent cinnamon and brown sugar theme while still being able to separate itself from Larceny's previous batches.  ...

A Review of Old Forester 1897 Bottled in Bond

A review of Old Forester 1897 Bottled in Bond written by Mark Pringle
It’s so strange that this is my first review of Old Forester 1897 Bottled in Bond. I’ve had this bottle for a while, and I thought I had reviewed it previously, but I guess I was wrong.&nb...

Lost Lantern Mega Mesquite Whiskey Del Bac Arizona Single Malt Review

A review of Lost Lantern "Mega Mesquite" Whiskey Del Bac Arizona Single Malt written by Mark Pringle
Lost Lantern Mega Mesquite Whiskey Del Bac Arizona Single Malt is a wonderfully rich and savory-tasting experience. With a mash bill of 60% unsmoked malted barley and 40% mesquited malted barley, this...

What Is the Difference Between Bourbon, Scotch, and Whiskey?

Often individuals are perplexed by the distinctions between Bourbon, Scotch, and whiskey when it comes to spirits. Although there are some similarities between Scotch, Bourbon, and whiskey, each has d

Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style is a Top 5 Bourbon Under $60

A review of Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style written by Mark Pringle
I'm disappointed in myself for waiting so long to review Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style bourbon. It has long been one of my favorites and one of the top five bourbons under $60. Here's my...

Old Soul Tintype Series 1 Straight Bourbon Review

A review of Old Soul Tintype Series 1 Straight Bourbon written by Mark Pringle
Old Soul Tintype Series #1 is a rich, aggressive, and flavor-packed bourbon. I stumbled upon this at a new liquor store in my area. The store owner tried to push it on me. I was somewhat intrigued by ...

Barrell Bourbon Cask Finish Series: Mizunara Review

A review of Barrell Bourbon Cask Finish Series: Mizunara written by Mark Pringle
Barrell Craft Spirits does it again by releasing a Japanese Mizunara Oak-finished bourbon blend at 116.42 proof and aged at least six years. You may remember that Barrell's fantastic Vantage relea...

How to Drink Bourbon, America's Most Popular Spirit

Bourbon has become very popular, so popular that the United States Senate had September declared as a national heritage month for the drink. How you drink it is a simple matter of preference,

What is Bourbon and What Can You Use it for Other than Drinking?

Bourbon is a kind of American whiskey made from corn. Many are uncertain whether whiskey is a Bourbon or not, but the logic is that it needs to be distilled from a blend of grains with at least 51

Stagg Jr. Bourbon Batch 15 Hits the Mark In Spite of its Heat

A review of Stagg Jr. Batch 15 written by Mark Pringle
Stagg Jr. Bourbon Batch 15, which drinks at a 131.1 proof level, is a bourbon enthusiast's treasure. However, it is not for the faint of heart because of the high alcohol by volume content. S...

What Makes Bourbon Unique and What are the Different Types of Bourbon?

Generally speaking, bourbon is a type of whiskey that can only be made in America, its territories, and the District of Columbia. It dates back to 1700 and 1800 when Irish, European, and some Scot