What's in a name? Johnny Drum Private Stock whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Johnny Drum Private Stock whisky, rather than whiskey.
This stuff is dangerously delicious and smooth, way too easy to get carried away drinking this stuff. Yummmmmmmm
26th October 2013
Got to agree with the previous commentary. The taste of Johnny Drum's Private Stock comes from somewere WAY before. It has the taste of older, slower times in it. Sitting in a cabin, or by a campfire with this one is just a treat!
30th May 2013
This is without a doubt my favorite bourbon. Sitting around a campfire with a fine cigar. Doesn't get any better.
21st December 2012
As an introduction to bourbon I'm impressed (though I suspect I've been spoilt). Rich with caramel, not too much spice - quite sweet actually with vanilla in there too. The finish is short and smooth with no burn. Got a few others to try - hopefully they're all as good...
4th August 2010