Plus, the Spring 2021 Old Fitzgerald is hitting shelves, Jack Daniel’s launches a “twin blend,” and Top 20-winning Chattanooga Whiskey debuts a new port-finished bourbon.
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Plus, Jefferson’s turns to cognac casks for a new rye, Amrut debuts an anniversary single malt, and Westland gets foolish for a good cause.
Plus, brace for an onslaught of new bottles from Barrell, Blood Oath, Virginia Distillery Co., Bladnoch, GlenAllachie, and other distilleries.
Plus, the first whisky ever matured in a pomegranate wine barrel, whiskey distilled from Arrogant Bastard ale, and more unique bottles are hitting shelves.
Plus, Bowmore debuts two well-aged “timeless” scotches, an interstellar film unveils its own straight bourbon, and Israel’s first single malt distillery gets peaty.
The founder of Barrell Craft Spirits joined #TasteWithSpace on Feb. 19 to get into the details of blending straight American whiskey.
Limited-edition single malt scotches from Speyside and Islay span a range of flavors, ages, and prices—including a 1967 Macallan at an eye-popping five digits.
The trio of Speyside scotches range from 21 to 30 years old, while Four Gate debuts its latest innovation and a new bourbon brand launches.