Esquire’s Best Cheap Booze
I expect to see lots of recession-minded lifestyle coverage in the upcoming months. Esquire magazine doesn’t disappoint with this roundup of the best cheap spirits — stuff that’s affordable but which you wouldn’t mind actually serving to guests. The winners: Paul Masson Grande Amber VSOP brandy, Brugal Anejo rum, White Horse Scotch, Gordon’s gin, and Evan Williams Black Label bourbon — a bottling that invariably wins the “cheap bourbon” roundup every time I’ve seen it done. Note to self: Get a fresh bottle and check it out. It’s only 12 bucks!
(Also worth noting from the piece: Never drink cheap tequila!)
- Review: Evan Williams Black Label Bourbon
- Review: Evan Williams Single Barrel Bourbon 2004 Vintage
- Review: Evan Williams Egg Nog
- Review: Evan Williams Red Label 12 Years Old