Tag Archives: Chuck Cowdery

Bourbon Strange by Chuck Cowdery

Chuck Cowdery is a well known, to me, blogger who focuses on American whiskey. He’s very critical of wrong or fake information on labels and in marketing stories and an advocate for proper labeling in general. I can only applaud … Continue reading

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Templeton Rye, 40%

Templeton Rye. The whiskey that is NOT from Templeton, Iowa, as they long tried to make you believe. Last year there was a lot of fuss about this brand as it hid the origins of the whiskey, even though the … Continue reading

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Old Mork 1916-1933

Until I saw a post on the Usquebaugh Society forum about Old Mork bourbon, I had never heard of it, and as it turns out that’s not really strange. Old Mork was a ‘medicinal purposes only’ whisky distilled by distillery … Continue reading

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