Plus, Glen Scotia has a red wine-finished single malt, Four Gate debuts a new Kelvin Collaboration, and Stranahan’s is launching a whiskey finished in Bushmills casks.
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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.
Plus, brace for an onslaught of new bottles from Barrell, Blood Oath, Virginia Distillery Co., Bladnoch, GlenAllachie, and other distilleries.
Plus, new offerings from Old Elk, Sagamore Spirit, Barrell, Westward, and the owner of a legendary whiskey bar are all rolling out.
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 new guidelines are entirely voluntary and exclude a style of whisky that has become increasingly popular.
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.