Hello, happy friday and welcome to this edition of the Drinkhacker Shopping List, or look back at the best (and not so great) of the last few weeks. It’s a bit light after a pretty heavy shopping list earlier this month, but thankfully, there’s something on here to satisfy (nearly) everyone’s tastes and budget.
It’s the top of the month and that means it’s time to look back at the best of the best that we’ve reviewed this week. We’re still enjoying a healthy onslaught of bourbons and whiskies thanks to the special/limited edition release season that’s now in full swing, but we also had a very special tequila, Casa Noble Anejo, which received the rare and coveted “A+” rating.
(Rob’s note: this month I fell in love all over again with Four Roses. I just finished off the Single Barrel custom-picked by my local store when the general release arrived on the shelf. It’s just as good as anything else they’ve put out this year. By the time you read this, it will most likely be off the shelf. But should you find yourself in a position to buy one, do so! See you in line for the Antique Collection!)
Hello and welcome to the Shopping List, our semi-weekly round up of the unbelievable and the undrinkable compiled concisely with care for printable portability. Lots of good stuff to choose from this time around, including a rare A+ rating for Casa Noble Anejo.
(Rob’s note: I didn’t get a chance to review this, but I was lucky enough to purchase a bottle of this year’s Parker’s Heritage Collection Wheated and Chris’ assessment was spot on. Heaven Hill is certainly on a hot streak these days, and I’m hoping to find and purchase a bottle of the Weller Antique collection just to complete the Fall Wheated offerings.)
Welcome to this month’s edition of the A-List, where we look back at the best of last month’s reviews and ratings and compile them into a really useful, printer-friendly graphic you may take along during your next trip to the store. There’s plenty of great offerings this month, and as we turn the bend into the bourbon special release season, many think the best is still yet to come.
(Rob’s note: Quite simply — Willett Rye. Buy it on sight. It’s a great value and the quality is (hopefully) only going to get better as the stock ages. I’m on bottle #3.)
It’s time for our twice monthly look back at the best and worst we’ve reviewed here at Drinkhacker. This week’s edition of the Shopping List has a wide variety of stuff for everyone: outstanding scotches, summer-friendly beers, a Cuban-not-Cuban rum, and even a quirky little syrup that is sure to heat up your cocktails.
Welcome to this month’s edition of the A-List, where we look back at the best of last month’s reviews and ratings and compile them into a really useful, printer-friendly graphic you may take along during your next trip to the store.
(Rob’s note: This month we had some insanely pricey scotch head our way, but for something a bit easier on the pocketbook and a bit easier to find, I’m giving the Lagavulin 12 Years Old Limited Edition and the Buffalo Trace Experimental 12 Year Old the thumbs up this month.)
If it’s Friday, it’s time for the Shopping List, our twice monthly look back at the best and worst we’ve reviewed on the site. This edition has a generous share of bourbons and wines from which to choose, with many earning quite high praise. We’ve also had the good fortune to review some fantastic Scotch.
Welcome to another edition of the Shopping List, our bi-weekly look back at the best and worst of what we’ve reviewed over the last few weeks, and we’ve certainly reviewed a generous amount of stuff. While we did review quite a bit of wine over the last two weeks, perhaps the biggest news was the marathon session of limited edition expressions from Diageo that we had the good fortune of trying, along with the Signature Craft bourbons from Jim Beam. Some of this stuff isn’t out on the shelves yet, but will be in short order. So keep your eyes peeled, and if you’re one of the lucky ones to score some of the Diageo scotches, drop us a line with your thoughts.
This edition of The Shopping List covers the remainder of last month’s reviews and finds us once incredibly beer and wine heavy, no doubt ideal for the upcoming holiday season. Definitely worth the time to call this up on your cell phone or print it out to take along with you on your next trip to the store. Have a great and safe holiday weekend!
Welcome to this month’s edition of the A-List, where we look back at the best of last month’s reviews and ratings and compile them into a really useful, printer-friendly graphic you may take along during your next trip to the store. We’ve reached the midpoint of 2014 and there have been some really truly exceptional items released on the market. One of the best years in a while? Quite possibly.
(Rob’s note: The Rittenhouse is an incredible bang for the buck rye that’s finally getting its due on the site. And while it is a wee bit pricey, the High West is quite a great grab if you can still find it on the shelves!)
Hello and welcome again to the Drinkhacker Shopping List, our semi-regular list of the best and worst of what we’ve reviewed over the last several weeks. This edition finds us incredibly beer and wine heavy, ideal for those outdoor dinner parties and relaxing summer moments when the days are long and the drinks are (hopefully) properly served. Enjoy!
Howdy and welcome to this month’s edition of the A-List, where we look back at the best of last month’s reviews and ratings and compile them into n unbearably useful, printer-friendly graphic you may take along during your next trip to the store. This month brings a wide variety of options and price points from which to choose, including an incredible bargain for fans of Rose wine and one of the best coffee liqueurs currently on the market.
(Rob’s note: It was an incredible month for bourbons, with two of my favorites of 2014 (thus far) appearing courtesy of Wild Turkey and Four Roses. The WT should be in stores soon, while the Four Roses may already be gone, depending on where you live. At this point, Jim Rutledge seems simply unstoppable with the high quality efforts he’s putting forth.)