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VIDEO: Jefferson’s Ocean & Rye

VIDEO: Jefferson’s Ocean & Rye

This sommelier-led virtual tasting features two unique American whiskeys from Jefferson’s Bourbon that showcase how this brand uses experimental aging techniques and sophisticated barrel-finishing tactics.

VIDEO: Maker’s Mark House Style with Bill Samuels Jr.

VIDEO: Maker’s Mark House Style with Bill Samuels Jr.

This virtual tasting features two examples of Maker’s Mark’s iconic house-style of red winter wheat whiskey: the long-standing flagship bourbon and its newest, and more limited, high-proof counterpart. With special guest, Bill Samuels Jr., founding family member of Maker’s Mark.

VIDEO: Explore Bottled in Bond

VIDEO: Explore Bottled in Bond

This virtual tasting features two examples of bottled in bond whiskey—that is, American whiskey from one distillation season and one distillery, aged in a federally bonded warehouse for at least four years, then bottled at exactly 100 proof.

VIDEO: BLACKENED Original & Cask Strength

VIDEO: BLACKENED Original & Cask Strength

This sommelier-led virtual tasting features two innovative American whiskies from Blackened that showcase how this brand uniquely utilizes black brandy finishing and Metallica-fueled sonic enhancement to create truly one-of-a-kind bourbon/rye blends.

VIDEO: A Double Dram of Dewar’s

VIDEO: A Double Dram of Dewar’s

This tasting features 2 distinctive blended scotch whiskies from Dewar’s that truly showcase how this brand uniquely utilizes multi-cask aging and maturation.

Denny Potter on Craftsmanship

Denny Potter on Craftsmanship

“I am a huge proponent of blind tastings, because I want people to appreciate whisky that you think is good, not what someone else is telling you.”

Fred Noe on Craftsmanship

Fred Noe on Craftsmanship

“If you taste a bourbon and make a face it’s probably too strong. Start with something lower-proof and then work your way up.”

John Campbell on Craftsmanship

John Campbell on Craftsmanship

“As you sip, pay specific attention to the earthiness, the peatiness, and those medicinal iodine notes. You’ll get a real sense of place.”