Josh Peters

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  • Josh Peters http://thewhiskeyjug.com/

    Whiskey has been a passion and a hobby of mine for a numbers of years and I love sharing that passion and others. This blog focuses on whiskey reviews, whiskey cocktails, and whiskey news and info I come across. However, if you want to contribute simply add your own reviews to any of the whiskeys or recipes on the blog in the comments section. If you want to contact TWJ about something else (like free whiskey…eh?) send us a note.

LATEST ARTICLES ( 757 )

  • Teeling 23 Years Single Malt Review

    Teeling Years Single Malt Review

    Teeling 23 Years Single Malt is a distillery exclusive whiskey. I’ve never been, but I got this sample from a very generous friend who has and as you can see... Read more

    Posted on 24 March 2017 DRINK
  • 1990s Bushmills Black Bush Review

    1990s Bushmills Black Bush Review

    Trying things like this 1990s Bushmills Black Bush is a treat. Beyond just being a snapshot into what the Bushmills of old was like it’s a snapshot into what... Read more

    Posted on 24 March 2017 DRINK
  • Jameson Caskmates Angel City Review

    Jameson Caskmates Angel City Review

    Jameson Caskmates Angel City is the latest in the Jameson Caskmates series and is available only in Los Angeles. While this particular whiskey is unique to the... Read more

    Posted on 22 March 2017 DRINK
  • John L. Sullivan Irish Bourbon Review

    John Sullivan Irish Bourbon Review

    I have no idea how theJohn L. Sullivan Irish Bourbon label ever passed the TTB (ok, yes, we all do), but I find it amusing. They simultaneously got away with a... Read more

    Posted on 22 March 2017 DRINK
  • Mad March Hare Poitin Review

    March Hare Poitin Review

    Mad March Hare Poitin is the latest extension of Ireland’s native spirit which was re-legalised in 1997 after being illegal for over 300 years (1661). If... Read more

    Posted on 20 March 2017 DRINK
  • Malt Nuts: Longmorn Tasting

    Malt Nuts: Longmorn Tasting

    Another Malt Nuts meeting has come and gone and this time our subject was Longmorn. This venerable Speyside distillery has been around for over a hundred... Read more

    Posted on 20 March 2017 DRINK
  • Celtic Cask Ocht Review

    Celtic Cask Ocht Review

    The Celtic Cask Ocht is the eight independent release by the Celtic Whiskey shop. It’s only the third of theirs I’ve tried, but it’s hard for me to imagine... Read more

    Posted on 17 March 2017 DRINK
  • Celtic Cask Cuig Deag Review

    Celtic Cask Cuig Deag Review

    Celtic Cask Cuig Deag is another fantastic indie creation, made using sourced whiskey, by the folks at the Celtic Whiskey Shop. For this, their 15th creation,... Read more

    Posted on 16 March 2017 DRINK
  • Jameson Cooper’s Croze Review

    Jameson Cooper’s Croze Review

    Jameson Cooper’s Croze is one of Jameson’s latest releases and its creation comes in part from their head Copper. If you’re not familiar with the job of a Coppe... Read more

    Posted on 16 March 2017 DRINK
  • Celtic Cask Ceathair Deag Review

    Celtic Cask Ceathair Deag Review

    Celtic Cask Ceathair Deag is a private bottling, of an Irish single malt, by the Celtic Whiskey Shop. Though like all of the releases, at least the ones I’ve... Read more

    Posted on 16 March 2017 DRINK
  • Bushmills Distillery Reserve Review

    Bushmills Distillery Reserve Review

    Bushmills Distillery Reserve is a special 12-year-old release that’s only available at the Bushmill’s Distillery itself. It’s a single malt and the majority of... Read more

    Posted on 14 March 2017 DRINK
  • 1985 Midleton Very Rare Review

    1985 Midleton Very Rare Review

    1985 Midleton Very Rare is the first year the Very Rare made an appearance. The brain child of Master Distiller Barry Crockett, the MIdleton Very Rare has been... Read more

    Posted on 11 March 2017 DRINK
  • Redbreast Mano A Lamh Review

    Redbreast Mano Lamh Review

    Redbreast Mano A Lamh is a first for Redbreast in several ways. For starters it’s the first NAS release they’ve ever released. It’s also the first time they’ve... Read more

    Posted on 09 March 2017 DRINK
  • Tullamore DEW Cider Cask Review

    Tullamore Cider Cask Review

    Tullamore DEW Cider Cask is Tullamore’s travel retail offering which, thanks to a friend, I was able to try and I have to say… it’s quite good. Read more

    Posted on 09 March 2017 DRINK
  • West Cork Barrel Proof Review

    West Cork Barrel Proof Review

    West Cork Barrel Proof is the culmination of 2/3 of my theory about blended Irish whiskey. I’ve long theorized that if Irish blends were delivered at a higher... Read more

    Posted on 09 March 2017 DRINK
  • West Cork Black Reserve Review

    West Cork Black Reserve Review

    If after reading this review you go out looking for the West Cork Black Reserve but don’t find it that’s because the name has recently changed to the Black Cask... Read more

    Posted on 09 March 2017 DRINK
  • Jameson 18 Years Review

    Jameson Years Review

    Jameson 18 Years Limited Reserve is one of Jameson’s regular premium releases that utilizes three different cask types to bring out the unique flavors and aroma... Read more

    Posted on 03 March 2017 DRINK
  • 1970s Powers Review

    1970s Powers Review

    This 1970s Powers was distilled at the original John’s Lane Distillery in Dublin, Ireland which operated from 1791 – 1974. After 1974 the Irish Distiller’s grou... Read more

    Posted on 03 March 2017 DRINK
  • Dunsmore Irish Whiskey Review

    Dunsmore Irish Whiskey Review

    Dunsmore Irish Whiskey is an interesting whiskey because there is almost no information about it online so to get any info we need to turn to the bottle. From... Read more

    Posted on 01 March 2017 DRINK
  • Malt Nuts: Highland Park Tasting

    Malt Nuts: Highland Park Tasting

    Recently the Malt Nuts gathered once again for a sensory tour of another distillery and this time we’ve turned our attention to the venerable Highland Park. Read more

    Posted on 01 March 2017 DRINK