Knob Creek 9 Years Old
Bourbon - U.S.A. - 50.00% 8 Easily drinkable, appetising.
Knob Creek 9 Years Old
Bourbon - U.S.A. - 50.00% 8 Teasing interplay of sweetness and dryness, with the latter eventually winning.
Knob Creek Single Barrel 9 Years Old
Bourbon - U.S.A. - 60.00% 8 Interesting how a few years ago an 8yo bourbon would have been considered old, yet here you can still pick put ‘youthful' vibrancy.
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Welcome to Whisky Magazine
Education is the key to many things I have always been told. This applies to the world of whisky and bartending, especially when the pair collide and involve the public. The bartenders of this world ...
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Bardstown remembers Booker
This year's Kentucky Bourbon Festival was the first since the legendary Booker Noe passed away. But as Dominic Roskrowreports, he was remembered in the best possible way – with a whiskey
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Heading off the trail
Charles K. Cowdery looks at 25 additions to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail to help give you a bigger whiskey picture.
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Rob Allanson takes an educational trip through America's whiskey heartland
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From Bardstown to Brooklyn
Charles Cowdrey reports on a one-woman crusadeto bring Kentucky's finest in to the Big Apple
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The pipes are calling
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A blue grass state of mind
Now in its 16th year, this annual event has become the gathering for bourbon fans. Rob Allanson went to find out more.
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A true boon in Kentucky
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It may be ‘compact, cosy and bijou' , but The Lincoln Whisky Shop is now packed to bursting with unusual and exciting whiskies. Richard Jones reports
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Grown-up & glamorous
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What does smal batch whiskey actually mean? The explanation is far from simple Gary Regan and Mardee Haidin Regan discovered.
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We chat to two of Beam Global's top men, CEO and President TomFlocco and seventh generation master distiller Fred Noe
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Pick and mix
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Bourbon is not only continuing its growth in profitability but is carving out a new premium image for itself. Dominic Roskrow reports
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Uncut, unfiltered and straight from the barrel Stuart Maclean Ramsay visits the house that Jim Beam built and has dinner with boubon legen, Booker Noe.
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