About Rob

Based in Atlanta, Rob is eternal optimist with a passion for learning. An avid photographer with a pension to travel. He currently works as a project manager during the day while exploring world of whiskey when time permits.

Finding Your Middle

As you enters the World of Whisk(e)y, it can be intimidating with all the esoteric descriptive words about this precious brown liquid. There are those that make a living by describing this water of life but rarely do I find that these to be useful for my limited taste buds. Reading the following passage: “Everything [...]

By |2021-05-04T09:31:36-04:00January 24th, 2021|Bourbon, Education|0 Comments

The hunt is not yet over

It's fall again and that means that the big distilleries are releasing some of their prized possessions. These elusive unicorns that everyone reads about it very rarely see out in the wild. The large distilleries release limited additions that everyone is trying to get their hand on. Recently, I was talking to a friend, and [...]

By |2020-10-22T21:32:07-04:00October 22nd, 2020|Bourbon, Education|0 Comments

A contest worth your time {if you live in Texas}

For those of our readers that are in the Texas area, Garrison Brothers Distillery is holding a virtual cocktail contest with a cash prize worth over ten thousand dollars. This is open to bartenders in five cities within Texas but I sure that there will be bragging rights for the entire state. More information can [...]

By |2021-04-12T18:03:08-04:00October 16th, 2020|Bourbon, Education|0 Comments

Finishing is just the beginning

After drinking Whisk{e}y for several years, I am beginning to enjoy how distillers are experimenting with different finishes. While I have a long passion for Irish Whisk{e}y, that barley is becoming somewhat refreshing with a sherry finish; namely Redbreast. While Teeling has had some interesting finishes themselves from Sherries, Ports and Brandies. All are peaking [...]

By |2021-04-12T15:48:59-04:00July 7th, 2019|Bourbon, Irish, Pot Stilled, Uncategorized|0 Comments
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