Friday, July 14, 2017
Whisk Review: Virginia Black American Whiskey
Virginia Black is an American whiskey (not made in Virginia) that tastes like it aged in the time it took to be driven by transport truck from its bathtub distillery to the liquor store.
While it is made up of 2, 3 and 4 year old bourbons, there must be something else blended in because the bottle makes no mention of being a bourbon. Maybe flavoring was added that disqualifies it from meeting the legal requirement of being a bourbon.
I have a bottle of Virginia Black and when I opened it, it was poison. Not the 80's hair metal band, but poison from the Periodic Table. But, a couple of nights later it settled down into cologne that might have been left on the set of Boogie Nights.
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So glad you liked it Jason.ReplyDelete
Ha! Sometime I will have to let the world know what I really think of it!ReplyDelete
So refreshing to hear that Jason... Ha Ha !!!ReplyDelete
Normally people will try to pump some life into it to sell the product.... But if it's dead...It's Dead ! As a whisky consumer, I'd like to know about it.
As always... thanks for putting yourself in harms way for us.
AL (from OZ)