On this spooktacular episode of Revue de Bourbon we blindly review the three main offerings from the Four Roses Distillery. We discuss Halloween and the festivities that surround it. The featured cocktail is called the "Kentucky Colonel", a simple soothing libation that will calm the nerves anytime of the year. Finally, Wayne shows off his knowledge of Sam Jackson movies in another titillating edition of "Quickdraw".......... Boo!
Hey.....Hey!........ Now that I have everyones attention, who here likes Brandy?.... No one?..... I don't mean the singer..... still no one? Well get ready to change your tune because on this episode of RDB will have you whistlin' Brandy-dixie all the way home.
Boy have we got an episode for you, Old Charter 8 year is the featured bourbon of review. Wayne shares some great tips on how to keep you lawn looking great through the summer, along with a few grass jokes. Dusty mixes up a cocktail named the Kentucky Buck, and gives a few impressions of some famous people. All aboard the Revue de Bourbon Train!!!
Dusty and Wayne are back with all the bourbon talk you can handle. First we share our review of the often overlooked Old Gand-Dad 114, the highest proof bourbon in the line of Old Grand-Dads. Then we shift gears to the topic of age-statements on bottles, or the lack thereof. Finally, to wrap things up Dusty concocts a delicious morning time bourbon drink that is sure to tickle your fancy!
That's right folks Wayne and Dusty have strapped on their chaps and are once again back in the saddle. Stagg Jr., the younger version of Georege T. Stagg is the bourbon of choice this episode. Hear our thoughts on what this unfiltered 128.7 proof bourbon brings to the table. Dusty also muddles up a fresh summer-time rye whiskey cocktail to keep you cool, healthy, and buzzed. So come kiddies, saddle up and let Wayne & Dusty take you on a ride through bourbon country!
On this turbulent episode of Revue de Bourbon we take a taste of Blanton's, and Dusty confesses to a big mistake. Wayne shows us his talent for singing, as well as his thoughts on other peoples driving. The featured cocktail is a lesser known relative of a classic, the Brooklyn.