A bounty of single cask whiskies from Scotland, India, Australia, and beyond are rolling out for thirst whisky lovers to explore.
Plus, expensive Johnnie Walker, single-cask scotch, craft rye, and blended grain Irish whiskey are all rolling out.
Plus, Pinhook launches the first whiskey from Castle & Key Distillery, the Whistler Irish whiskey debuts, and The Last Drop is offering a 42 year old single grain scotch.
Plus, Redemption debuts a rum-finished rye, Tomatin has a very old single malt, and Jameson Cold Brew—made with Irish whiskey and coffee—is launching.
Bold, spicy rye forms the base of timeless drinks like the Manhattan, and it continues to inspire today’s bartenders.
Bonded rye whiskey balances beautifully with Chartreuse and maraschino liqueur in this revamped version of a Prohibition-era cocktail.