An Irish single pot still, blended scotch, and Tennessee whiskey all strike an ideal balance between score and price in the Spring 2020 Buying Guide.
A single malt scotch and a bourbon and rye from Kentucky were standouts in our Spring 2020 Buying Guide.
Blended and single malt scotch, plus a straight wheat whiskey, offer some of the biggest bang for buck in the Winter 2019 Buying Guide.
Two single malt scotches and a stellar bourbon stood out among dozens of whiskies reviewed in the Winter 2019 Buying Guide.
We blind-tasted, scored, and reviewed the 2019 lineup of George T. Stagg, William Larue Weller, Eagle Rare 17 year old, Thomas H. Handy, and Sazerac rye.
Two scotches—a blend and a peaty single malt—plus a bourbon demonstrated an ideal balance of score and price in the Fall 2019 Buying Guide.
These well-aged single malt scotches and high-proof Kentucky bourbon have great potential to gain in value over time.
Collectors would be wise to keep an eye out for these whiskies hailing from Canada, Kentucky, and Speyside.