The New Whiskey Frontier



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Discussion (3)

  • Mike posted 3 years ago

    Queen Jennie is the s**t. I guit drinking 20 years ago, not because I had to, but 'coz it all tasted the same. Geneva Lake Brewing Company & Old Sugar Distillery reminded me what good beer & whiskey are supposed to taste like. If you are ever in Lake Geneva, you have to try the No Wake IPA, Cedar Point Amber, Narrows Kolsh & my favorite, Weekender Wheat. When in Madison you have got to get some Queen Jennie Whiskey, you won't be disappointed.

  • Christopher Carlsson posted 4 years ago

    At the risk of being labeled the Andrew Zimmern of Booze, I've seen and tasted odder whiskies and liquor than those, "Chassis Liquor" (nearest translation I can render from the Russian) which is the hydraulic fluid stolen from the landing gear system of a MIG fighter aircraft (aka "the flying restaurant "), whiskies with scorpions, geckos, and cobras http://spiritsreview.com/reviews-whiskey-cobra.htm to name a few.
    But yes I vastly prefer Balcones' or Charbays' whiskies to most of the other exotics I've had.

  • Arthur Kaye posted 4 years ago

    I've tasted the three Balcones whiskeys and I was not impressed. The Baby Blue was truest to the corn with a modest buttered popcorn aroma, but it didn't have the mouth-feel and smoothness of my favorite white dog, Glen Thunder.


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