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Filibuster Dual Cask and Single Estate Straight Bourbon Whiskey Reviews

On today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table, we head back down to Virginia for yet another visit to Filibuster Distillery and a taste of two more of their whiskey expressions. The first is called their Dual Cask Straight Bourbon and the second is called their Single Estate Straight Bourbon.

Here’s what they have to say about each expression:


Filibuster Dual Cask Straight Bourbon Whiskey pushes traditional bourbon aging methods to a new level through its dual cask process. Finished in French Oak barrels, this bourbon enhances the caramel and vanilla nuances as well as adds complexity to the overall taste.

Age: 3 to 4 years
Proof: 90


Filibuster Single Estate Bourbon is one of the finest whiskeys from our distillery released to date. This special, 2019 limited-edition release was created from one farm, one distillery and one barrel in order to achieve the ultimate bold yet balanced flavor.

Proof : 110-120

Regular viewers are well aware of our fondness for trying product from distilleries that are new to us. It’s like traveling the globe to try new things without leaving the (relative) comfort of The Murder Table! To find out what we thought of these two whiskeys, click the play button on the following video:

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Many thanks to Linda Roth PR for sending us these very generous samples!

2 replies »

  1. Filibuster distillery was founded in Washington, D.C., and had years of experience. Their specialty is the natural touch; they have tried many different things. Filibuster Single Estate Bourbon must be one of their finest whiskeys. It is a good video that reviews the whiskey. Thank you.


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