One if by land, two if by sea! This is the first whiskey to be distilled from the iconic Samuel Adams Boston Lager and named after the historic ride Paul Revere took from Boston to Concord to alert Samuel Adams of the impending British invasion. Triple distilled and aged for 4 years in ex-bourbon barrels.
Two Lanterns American Whiskey was tasted at Meeting No. 85 on October 24, 2019. Out of 5, we rated it 2.85, though we had some disagreement among member ratings. Two Lanterns American Whiskey ranks 41st overall in American Whiskey. Costing $115, this spirit is expensive given the our rating of it.
Natasha • 10/24/2019 • 4.5
Gorilla glue on the nose; licorice, herbs, almost tastes like a digestif. Unexpected.
Matthew • 10/24/2019 • 3.0
Hoppy and herbal. Weird that this came from Sam Adam's. Doesn't taste like Boston lager at all.
Justin • 10/24/2019 • 2.5
Clorox wipes on the nose. Taste....Slightly better than the smell.
Garrett • 10/24/2019 • 0.5
Two Lanterns of sweet yeasty paste. Beer-ish flavor.
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