Whiskey Review: Evan Williams Black Label

Ask most people what the most popular whiskey is in the United States and you’ll probably get some combination of Jack Daniels or Fireball. But in reality the #1 spot is occupied by Jim Beam, and a close second is Evan Williams. Today we continue the trip down the bottom shelf of the liquor store and see what’s the deal with one of the biggest brands of whiskey that seemingly no one has ever heard of.

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Whiskey Review: Red River Pinot Noir Finished Texas Bourbon

When I started reviewing whiskey, I decided to stroll through my local liquor store and buy anything that claimed to come from Texas. I figured a local approach would be a good start, and most Texans enjoy Texan things so it would be a match made in heaven. Some of these local finds have turned out great, others have been disappointing or downright misleading. And Red River Texas Bourbon Whiskey is certainly an interesting story of its own.

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Whiskey Review: Still Austin Bourbon Whiskey

There’s a certain level of excitement that comes with a distillery’s first aged product. Considering that most small businesses don’t even make it past two years, getting to the point where you have a properly aged bourbon in your catalog is a remarkable achievement and proof that you’ve got a business that works. Still Austin Whiskey Co. recently celebrated this milestone, and being fans of their un-aged stuff, we naturally had to try their first aged product.

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