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France is among the greatest drinking countries in the world, responsible for producing the likes of champagne, cognac, absinthe, chartreuse, pastis, and others. And Paris—the City of Lights and the country’s capital—is the best place to sample them all,...
The bourbon industry has certainly had its highs and lows. Distilleries were hit hard when Prohibition took effect in 1920, and many didn't last to see its end in 1933. Even the revered still of Stitzle-Weller ran dry in...
This summer, Eddie and Jimmy Russell celebrated a combined 101 years of distilling. It was 37 years ago (and change, now) that “young” Eddie took his first job at Wild Turkey, inadvertently continuing the family legacy. Like father like son. But...
As the thirst for American whiskey continues to grow, so too does its diversity of provenance. Not long ago a connoisseur might shun bourbons and ryes born beyond the state lines of Kentucky, Tennessee, or Indiana. Today, such prejudices...
Gifting good bourbon might be difficult, but it definitely doesn't have to be expensive. Whether you're bringing a bottle to a party, staying under the limit of a gift exchange, or treating yourself to a bottle you’ve skipped over in the...
There’s definitely a bartender in your life, in some capacity or another. And if said bartender is near and dear enough to your heart to receive a holiday gift from you this year, you might as well make it...
Here's hoping you stocked up on Old Forester 1910 Old Fine Whisky, because it's basically going to be unavailable until the second half of next year. The Bourbon Review received a tip yesterday that Old Forester had some bad news...
We've been assembling our favorite gifts for the holiday seasonal all month, including our picks for the best gift whiskeys of the year, and some of the rarest whiskeys you can gift in 2018. But one of the best...

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