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Review: Old Camp Peach Pecan Whiskey

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Old Camp Peach Pecan Whiskey was launched August 2016.  The whiskey was created by Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard.  Yes, the same Brian and Tyler from Florida Georgia Line.  This is the first of what promises to be an expanded line of whiskey.  A straight whisky will be available in December.  Old Camp starts with an American Whiskey base made in Lawrenceburg Indiana.  The whiskey is aged for a minimum of two years in white oak barrels with a number 3 char.  It is then infused with natural southern peach and pecan flavor and bottled at 70 proof. Read more »


Review: Revel Stoke Roasted Pecan Whisky

Revel Stoke Roasted Pecan Whisky - CopyRevel Stoke Roasted Pecan Whisky is one of five whisky varieties made by EJ Phillips and Sons at a distillery in Alberta Canada.  The other’s include their Original, Spiced, Cinnamon, and Pumpkin Spiced flavors.  Revel Stoke is named after the mountain ski resort town in British Columbia.  Revel Stoke Roasted Pecan is made with a blend of rye, corn, and barley malt that is triple distilled in copper stills.  The whisky is aged for three years in charred white oak barrels.  Natural roasted pecan flavors are then infused before bottling at 70 proof. Read more »


Review: Piehole Pecan Pie Canadian Whiskey

piehole pecan - CopyPiehole Pecan Pie Canadian Whiskey is one of three pie flavored whiskeys just introduced by Diageo in their Piehole line of flavored whiskeys.  Pecans are the only major tree nut that grows naturally in North America.  Between 80-95% of all pecans harvested each year are grown in the US.  While pecans may be best known as the lead ingredient in Pecan Pie and Butter Pecan Ice cream, they are becoming a popular flavor in several spirits.  Besides several pecan flavored whiskeys, there are a couple of pecan flavored vodka’s, and even a pecan rum.  Piehole Pecan Pie is made with Canadian whiskey blended with a pecan pie liqueur. Read more »