Bourbon Famous heads to South Carolina to take a ride with Virgil Kaine and their Rip-track Bourbon Whiskey. This description makes sense, because apparently Virgil Kaine was a train conductor. Rip-Track is a 90 proof mid-shelf bottle, and we'll let you know if it's worth your time.
Kentucky Peerless. You know the name, and you've seen the price tag. Two Years, 108 proof, $120 for a 750ml. We fully admit that it is a cool bottle. But how good can a 2 year Rye actually be? And is it worth the price that it's being sold for?
This week we take on George Dickel Bottled in Bond. This whiskey is 13 years old, 100 proof, and costs around $35. With stats like that, it's either got to be amazing or a scam. Spoiler Alert: it's not a scam. Also can we keep up with all the potential jokes?
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