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[Review] Fighting Cock Bourbon

Details Country: USA Region: Kentucky Distillery: Heaven Hill Style: Bourbon Alcohol: 51.5% Volume: 70cl Price: £33.15 (from The Whisky Exchange) It’s been made known that I’m a bit of a bourbon fan – I love all whiskies, but bourbons are my favourite. So if I spot a bourbon that I haven’t tried, then I have to try it. So, when I spotted a bourbon with a great name like “Fighting Cock” in my local wine merchants…

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[Review] Bulleit Bourbon

Details Country: USA Region: Kentucky Distillery: Bulleit Style: Bourbon Alcohol: 45% Volume: 70cl Price: £26.95 (from The Whisky Exchange) I, like many whisky drinkers, most likely credit the start of their journey into whiskies to Jack Daniel’s, most likely in the form of JD & Coke. And for good reason, it’s a very well-made, easy to drink and affordable whisk(e)y that’s known and drunk the world over and there’s nothing wrong with it whatsoever. But if…

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Buttermilk Fried Chicken & Waffles with Bourbon Maple Syrup

If there’s one thing that the Southern United States is famous for is Soul Food. It’s African-American cuisine that has originated from the Southern United States, and it’s often filling, comforting and delicious. And, for me, the ultimate Soul Food, and the most famous, has to be Fried Chicken. While it’s generally well known from a brand of fast food which features a notable Colonel, the best fried chicken can…

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[Review] Four Roses Single Barrel 100 Proof Bourbon

Details Country: USA Region: Kentucky Distillery: Four Roses Style: Bourbon Alcohol: 50% Volume: 70cl Price: £39.70 (from Master of Malt) Being a huge lover of whisk(e)y, I love all kinds of whisky – Scotch, Single Malt, Blends, Grain, Islay, Irish, Japanese – I don’t discriminate at all. But if you put a gun to my head and made me choose a favourite type of whisky… it would have to go to Bourbon. I know. I’m sorry,…

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