Black Maple Hill Bourbon

The current Black Maple Hill is produced from a company called the Stein Distillery out of Joseph, Oregon. It’s a craft whisky aged a minimum of 4 years with some older varieties mixed in. Does it live up to the standard of the Kentucky made variety of bourbon? We’re not sure, but we’re looking to…

ScotchNSniff review The Macallan Reflexion live!

Well, as live as it’s going to get without using the YouTube live function 😛 We have a written review of this that is much more in depth but we wanted to do a short video review of it for folks who don’t enjoy reading or just want to see our ridiculous personalities at work!…

Glenfiddih IPA Experimental Cask

I’m pretty sure beer is gross. 🙂 Yes, it’s [Sniff] here and though [Scotch] is a big fan of hearty beers, I personally have enjoyed less than half a dozen in my lifetime. I was born for whisky! So before I jumped into a review of the Glenfiddich IPA experimental cask, I tried one. I…

Lost Ark Distillery Visit

It takes a village to make some whiskey! There’s a new local distillery in Maryland that’s now open to the public! Introducing Lost Ark Distillery in Montgomery county! Who’s not excited about a new source for local hooch?? Lost Ark was started by and is run by Brad and Andy. They’re two local guys who…

Does Age Even Matter?

Happy Hump Day fellow scotch lovers!! We’ve got a new youtube video about age and a few examples of why it really doesn’t matter. It might be as contentious a topic as No Age Statement bottles! Cheers and enjoy!

SVS : Highland Park Fire 15 versus Highland Park Ice 17

Fire versus Ice! I purchased the HP Ice because my local spot called me and told me I needed to buy this “whisky in a really cool bottle”. The HP fire on the other hand, came in the mail via sample bottle from the Edrington group. Being the impartial reviewers that we are, I immediately…