The Whisky Topic - Episode 4 - No, not Blanton's!

The Whisky Topic heads to Kentucky! Mark Bylok and Glenford Jameson visit Buffalo Trace and Barton Distillery (home of 1792). In their visit to Buffalo Trace Distillery, they review the process Buffalo Trace uses to pick those special barrels that make it as Blanton’s single barrel bourbon. Reviewed whiskies included a range of Colonel E.H. Taylor (Cured Oak, Tornado, Cask Strength), the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection, and the yet to be released 2015 Pappy Van Winkle 20 year old. 1792 was had from the cask. Speaking of cask-strength whisky, how does Maker’s Mark measure up? 

Beaumont Inn

Four Roses Single Barrel OESK

Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel

Buffalo Trace Distillery

Colonel E.H. Taylor Tornado Bourbon

Colonel E.H. Taylor Cured Oak

Hirsch Selection 25 Year Old Straight Rye

1792 Bourbon

Catnap - Portlandia

4020 John Deere Oil

The podcast starts sounding like Drunk History

Maker’s Mark Cask Strength

Glenford Jameson, Food Lawyer