The ninth scotch in the Private Edition Series launches, while the Pearse Lyons line debuts in the U.S., and the Dead Rabbit bar unveils its own whiskey.
Susannah Skiver Barton
The largest distillery owner in Scotland may be attempting to fundamentally alter the way scotch is made and defined.
Johnnie Walker’s latest Blenders’ Batch has been finished in sherry casks, while Sugarlands Distilling Company is releasing a new edition of its straight rye.
Cave-aging may not be the next big thing in whiskey, but it’s said to create a unique flavor profile.
A new 17 year old whisky celebrates the dark winter months on Orkney, while other distilleries re-release previously available whiskies.