Tag Archives: Elijah Craig
Two high octane bourbons: 1792 Full Proof and Elijah Craig Barrel Strength C918
Ever since summer I got back into bourbon. Of course, having been drinking whisky for the better part of two decades a lot of the entry level bourbons are familiar, so I skipped that step. That means you get into … Continue reading
The ‘end of the year tasting’ by Whisky4All
Eight different American whiskies on a Sunday afternoon, right between Christmas and New Year. Sounds good to me! Especially when Norbert of Whisky4All organizes it, since I’ve not had any disappointing tastings with him. Sure, there was some money involved, … Continue reading
Is bourbon being de-premiumized?
This will be me just voicing my worries about the bourbon industry. A while ago I read on Sku’s Recent Eats that Elijah Craig no longer has the big ’12’ on the front label. It has moved to the back label … Continue reading
Elijah Craig Barrel Proof, 134.2 proof
134.2 proof in the USA boils down to 67.1% abv. The Americans like to keep things simple, which is most likely why they moved away from the old Imperial Proof still occassionally used in England. The Americans just double their … Continue reading
A new Bottle-share!
A new bottle share of American whiskies, to be precise. Over the last couple of weeks Master of Malt have been stocking up on choice American Spirits that I really would like to taste. I can only imagine this thought … Continue reading