Whiskey Review: Breaker Bourbon Wheated Whiskey + Breaker Bourbon Port Barrel

Today we taste and review Breaker Bourbon Wheated Whiskey and Breaker Bourbon Port Barrel.

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Grovesrussell says:

As the channel has past 76k subs when are you planning the next live stream ???

Wanmohan says:

4:00 scared the crap out of me! my goodness, its like in a horror movie when the monster comes out casually and unexpected. completely forgot that guy was there.

darrell hood says:

We’re all here and look at the quality we get from Rex and DAN!! Lol

Bigjake412 says:

random thought..this might be blasphomy to some and others may try it but you know how you drop some water in whiskey to change profile what if you added a whiskey to a whiskey? Basically a blended whiskey of your own creation. try both whiskeys as they are then mix the two and see what changes. I think itd be a cool mini series to do. so say you took the wheated and the port finish and did a ratio of each together to make somethin with sweetness but very smooth or maybe one would cancel the other all together or took the one with the spike and added one of these to it so instead of diluting the alcohol content to change profile or bloom aroma youre just mixing basically to a taste you enjoy more. Random 3am thought probably going to get slaughtered in the comments but oh well! haha

Y2H says:

I really appreciate the honest and insightful advice you guys gave!

darrell hood says:

U guys should do a uncut week so we can see the stuff that doesn’t see the light of day….can I get a like if anyone agrees

ResidentRumDrinker says:

100% habit makes a massive difference to return viewership. I work behind a bar and my break each day times perfectly with your daily uploads so it just became a habit to always watch each day

Stevie Mac23 says:

Any chance in the near future will you guys be making the Nikka Coffey Malt Whiskey on Pancakes video????

shooie54 says:

Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Revival need to see the review for this thing tis new

charlie.g.hague says:

Part of my daily experience? You guys run my life!

Robert Lakin says:

I start every work day here! I get the workers organised, sort my diary, then make a coffee and watch an episode. then second coffee and work day resumes . Thanks guys

Kent Buehrer says:

Have you guys tried mixing a whiskey/ bourbon with tequila?

sean mcnally says:

Jameson 12-year Distillery Reserve

Mitchell Gillett says:

Steps for making a whiskey channel work:

1.Consistency. Post all the damn time so people look forward to it
2.Every time pewdiepie makes a video talking about whiskey, make a video responding to it.
4.mooch the spoils of your labor

ErrantScholar says:

Rex is geeking out about content creation… what a nerd.

thebototh says:

Whistlepig trifecta

Kunal Brahmbhatt says:

Have you guys seen Broken Barrel Bourbon? It’s out of Las Vegas and is what they call an “Infused” bourbon, would love to see that in a video!

Kristofer Roe says:

Hey guys so I just got back from the LCBO and got some prices for you (aswell as some whiskey for myself), these prices are based in Ontario Canada. These are all prices for 750ml bottles

Forty creek $26
Canadian club 12 year $30
Crown Royal $27-30 (depending on flavor)
Gibson finest rare 12 $33
Glenfiddich 12 $60
Glenfiddich 14 $70
Black label $57
Jameson $36
Bushmills $32
Jim beam $30
Buffalo Trace strait Kentucky burbon $43
Bullet burbon $40
Jack Daniels $35
Woodford reserve $50
Gretsky 99 $40

Raster says:

I notice I watch Rex a lot during these episodes. He sort of commands the camera’s attention, or the viewer’s attention.

I’ve started noticing something strange though. When I watch Rex now, I’m always wondering if he’s gay. If he is, let’s be clear, there’s nothing wrong with being gay.

Rex mentioned his wife. Now I’m thinking maybe by ‘wife’ he means one of those gay things, where one has a wife, but the wife is a gay man. Again, none of us mind if someone has a man as their wife.

Rex mentions his children. The children could be adopted, and that actually would be commendable. More people should adopt.

I think Daniel does give just a slight hint of something ‘fishy’ whenever he looks at Rex and says the word ‘wife.’

Just out of curiosity I would love to see Rex’s wife on camera… maybe if nothing else just for a quick little ‘hello.’

If Rex is gay, I don’t think the channel will mind. We’re all adults. There should be no stigma. This is 2018, and gays are people too.


Maverick88 says:

Daniel has a stepladder…..
He never knew his real ladder.

Danny Estalella says:



You guys should review home aging barrels.

1) Rex gets to play with bungholes.
2) Daniel gets to geek out with a home barrel lesson & blending tips. 

BOOM! No need to thank me just send me a sample of M……….SERVICE ME SOME!

ShiNe LEE says:

I save all the videos for the week until Friday night(in my time zone)and enjoy a few drink with you guys. Thanks for the hard works!!!!

Jason Sawatsky says:

We are so spoiled! 6 episodes a week, everybody kills it, Sunday’s piss me off!

Whiskey-Wise says:

I am NOT MY GIRLFRIEND! I am level one whiskey sommelier greataxe3. Aka Mitch. Fo real? Come on guys. I have a slightly unique cadence that comes through in my writing. And Rex liked the d*mn picture I posted in the Tribe of my bar. First he heard of it my butt. It’s terrible what lengths some people will go to in order to look professional on YouTube.

Skill et says:

Rex said Daniel “swings a hammer like a five”. Enough with the innuendo guys.

Tucker Grabher says:

Rex so smart

JK Kross says:


SheFlungDung says:

The daily vids are working, because they’re just a fundamental part of my day….I come home and first thing I do is sit down behind the computer check your vids and then the news and then maybe some tug of war with cyclops.

Canadian Whisky Smith says:

The pool thing sounds a bit like “The Last Man on Earth”…So much for his Dudeness…Rex might be on his way to becoming Tandy.

zakk moine says:

100% correct on the habit reference. I come home spend time with the wife watch a lil tv, pour a dram, and watch whiskey vault. I know it will be there. One other thing they do great that anyone else starting a youtube channel should take into account is audience engagement. There references, inside jokes, call backs, comments. Makes you feel like your at your monthly whisky club meeting as opposed to two strangers reading a script.

WhiskyJason says:

great advice for the new youtube channels!!!!

speed rakk says:

this aint the way to pismo beach.

Ryan The Wine Guy says:

Rex just took those. LOL.

Karl "Krazy" Abrahamson says:

To the Bartenders! Check out the After Things Podcast, its a podcast by Brian Brushwood who’s a friend of this channel, and a couple friends of his, about being a creative professional. I’d say that Dan and Rex need to get onto After Things, but with their schedule… I doubt that could happen.

Daron Kapp says:

Love the show! When taking a drink of whiskey, do you inhale through the nose as you take the drink or do you take a drink then open the nose back up?


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