Now that we’re back let’s discuss things from before. Specifically Tanqueray, we’ve previously done the original and the Rangpur, but this time we finally got the chance to taste, and for me to the Buffalo to review the more refined gin.
We’re BACK! We’re back now as Honest Booze Reviews, giving you honest, bullshit free, non-paid reviews of Beer, Spirits, and Wine. To kick things off let’s start with Larceny Bourbon. A fairly new kid to the block, which while not bad in terms of taste and smoothness – lacks a completeness to it. Yes while this may be a new site, we’ve not changed our policy of telling it like it is, view more for the full breakdown.
Nectar of the gods, over our nearly 2 years here at Nerdfit we’ve said that to only a select few spirits. Yet as our last review this scotch is trying to claim the title on its own right, a right it does not deserve. Yes folks booze reviews on Nerdfit is ending, and we do so by taking an expensive scotch that wanks hard, and tear it to shreds putting it rightly so in its place. (For Honest Booze Reviews readers this is when we stopped working via Nerdfit.)
Ladies and gents I’ve got some saddening news – booze reviews (On Nerdfit) is ending. I had meant to tell you this last week, but the scotch was ruined so badly by a Sherry Cask that I didn’t want to rain more shit on the annual crap parade. Fear not we will be back in the form of a newly-ventured project, but with the recent restructuring of Nerdfit you have to admit we’ve always been a bit out of place on Nerdfit.
Now those of us who’ve read this column know that we love scotch. We love scotch so much we’d actually marry it – despite thinking marrying anything not human is beyond weird. So while Justice was journeying through many places one of his highlights was Glenmorangie. A solid scotch that we all enjoy from time to time. So when we saw that there was a tasting pack of Glenmorangie’s starters (aka nothing over the age of 12) we gladly picked it up.
Most recently we celebrated in the combined birthday of both a Buffalo, and a Bear. To mark the festivities we decided to enjoy the wonders of a British style pub known as the British Beer Company (BBC) – which first off is a chain bar in American meaning the purpose of being a true British Pub is essentially out the window. BUT bring on the goofy racism.
Finally we come to the last spirit reviewed from Nauticon and while my comrades rated this overall I personally will be going over the finer details of this bourbon. Why? Because the Buffalo and Bourbon go together like – well fuck – buffalos and bourbon I guess.
A more noble beverage I have not yet tasted.
Too formal? I personally don’t think so. If nothing else when I first tried this scotch while dressed in a suit vest I was probably a bit under-dressed. Today on Booze Reviews ladies and gentlemen, I, Justice, will show you the end of a legacy. That’s right, we’ve finally finished the full spectrum of Johnnie Walker scotches with this very appropriate choice: Johnnie Walker Gold Label.
Hola! Happy Cinco de Mayo everyone! I bet you’re wondering why we’re not using this golden opportunity to review a tequila – to which I can only say an old Spanish proverb. “It is not one to review that one cannot remember.” Now I’m not sure what that means but it sounded profound enough to excuse away why we started this morning with some scotch. Justice had actually considered mixability with cereal, but then we couldn’t decide which cereal. (Hint: should have been CTC)
In keeping with the “Old Timey Wimey” theme from last week we’ve reviewed another bourbon. We had planned to have an Old Crow review this one since we got ol’ granddad Buffalo to review last weeks, but apparently crows just squawk and shout anti-semitic statements. Who knew? So this week it’s back to a regular reviewer more commonly known as BuffaloJern.