#021 – The Temple Bar Traditional Irish Whiskey review from WhiskyJason

WhiskyJason reviews The Temple Bar Traditional Irish Whiskey

This traditional Irish Whiskey was created by Tom Cleary, the owner of the Temple Bar. Tom Cleary wanted to create a whiskey for The Temple Bar and revived an old tradition in Ireland. In former times each pub had its own pub whiskey. This tradition is slowly returning to Ireland.

It was clear to Tom that it should be a catchy whiskey with a special touch. So it became a blend that matured in Bourbon and Port wine barrels. The maturation in the port wine casks gives the whiskey more depth and great notes of dark fruits. The bourbon casks gives it a beautiful wood character with sweet notes of vanilla and malt. All barrels have matured in the cellars of the Temple Bar.

 

#020 – Glen Breton 21 year old Canadian Whisky review from WhiskyJason

Whiskyjason reviews Glen Breton Rare 21 year old Canadian Single Malt Whisky

Glen Breton Rare is from the Glenora Distillers, a distiller based in Glenville, Nova Scotia, Canada (on Cape Breton Island). Their most prominent product is Glen Breton Rare, a Scottish-style single malt whisky made in Canada, which has been the subject of a trademark suit over the use of the word glen.

 

 

 

#019 – Glen Breton Rare 19 year old Canadian Whisky review from WhiskyJason

Whiskyjason reviews Glen Breton Rare 19 year old Canadian Single Malt Whisky

Glen Breton Rare is from the Glenora Distillers, a distiller based in Glenville, Nova Scotia, Canada (on Cape Breton Island). Their most prominent product is Glen Breton Rare, a Scottish-style single malt whisky made in Canada, which has been the subject of a trademark suit over the use of the word glen.

#018 – Glen Breton 15 year old Battle of the Glen Canadian Whisky review from WhiskyJason

Whiskyjason reviews Glen Breton 15 year old Battle of the Glen Canadian Single Malt Whisky

Glen Breton Rare is from the Glenora Distillers, a distiller based in Glenville, Nova Scotia, Canada (on Cape Breton Island). Their most prominent product is Glen Breton Rare, a Scottish-style single malt whisky made in Canada, which has been the subject of a trademark suit over the use of the word glen.

The “Glen Breton” name was put into question before it had ever sold a bottle. The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA), a firm representing 57 different Scotch whisky companies from Scotland, claimed that the whisky was misleading potential international buyers by using the term “Glen” in its name—a term used almost exclusively on Scotch whisky labels.

 

#017 – Glen Breton Rare 14 year old Canadian Single Malt Whisky review from WhiskyJason

Whiskyjason reviews Glen Breton Rare 14 year old Canadian Single Malt Whisky

Glen Breton Rare is from the Glenora Distillers, a distiller based in Glenville, Nova Scotia, Canada (on Cape Breton Island). Their most prominent product is Glen Breton Rare, a Scottish-style single malt whisky made in Canada, which has been the subject of a trademark suit over the use of the word glen.

 

 

#014 – Peerless Rye Whiskey review from WhiskyJason

WhiskyJason reviews the two year old rye whiskey from Peerless Distillery in Louisville Kentucky.

The Peerless distillery is a state of the art facility and one of the most automated distilleries around. All under one roof, the grains for Kentucky Peerless are milled, cooked, fermented, double-distilled, and barreled as bourbon & rye whiskey on-site.

 

#013 – Peerless Distillery Tour in Louiseville Kentucky from WhiskyJason

WhiskyJason toured and filmed the Peerless Distillery on the Bourbon Trail in Louiseville Kentucky.

The Peerless distillery is a state of the art facility and one of the most automated distilleries around. All under one roof, the grains for Kentucky Peerless are milled, cooked, fermented, double-distilled, and barreled as bourbon & rye whiskey on-site.

 

#011 – Woodford Reserve Distillery Tour from WhiskyJason

This is a video of my Woodford Reserve Distillery Tour in Versailles, Kentucky on the Bourbon Trail in July 2017.

Woodford Reserve isn’t manufactured, it’s hand crafted in small batches. This artisanal process allows us to craft it at all five sources of bourbon flavor giving it its distinct taste and crisp, clean finish.