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Review: Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon (2016)

Earlier this year, Elijah Craig became the latest Kentucky bourbon to lose its age statement. Formerly a 12 year old release, it is now NAS, though Heaven Hill says the product will be composed of stock aged from 8 to… Continue reading ?
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