In Ireland’s capital, new distilleries, cutting-edge cocktail bars, traditional pubs, and much more create a vibrant whiskey scene.
Archive: Irish Whiskey
The Irish capital is overflowing with remarkable destinations for the whisky lover, including distilleries, bars, shops, and hotels.
Ginger and jalapeño add sweet-and-spicy zing to silky Irish whiskey in this mulled cider that’s delicious whether sipped hot or cold.
Plus, a Scottish farm distillery sends its rare single malt to the U.S. for the first time, and new craft whiskies hit the shelf.
Rare oak, unusual coopering techniques, and other barrel variations lend these scotch, Irish, and American whiskeys unparalleled flavor.
Barrel-strength bourbon and cask-finished whiskies from Ireland and Canada showed their strength in the Fall 2019 Buying Guide.
Plus, Dewar’s finished in rum casks, a host of new single malt scotch, and bourbon from Kentucky, Mississippi, and beyond are rolling out.
Plus, Jameson Caskmates teams up with Revolution and Bale Breaker Brewing, Widow Jane launches a 14 year old bourbon, and whiskies from Illinois, Indiana, North Carolina, Islay, Wales, and Ireland are hitting shelves.