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.
Distillers the world over are crafting unique rye whiskies, a departure from the styles made in the U.S. and Canada.
Plus, Balvenie closes out the DCS Compendium with a final chapter, Old Charter Oak debuts a Canadian-oak bourbon, and F.E.W. Spirits unveils an unusual whiskey-based spirit.
Sazerac House in New Orleans immerses visitors in cocktail history—and is making the drink’s main ingredients on-site.
Plus, Balvenie is launching the newest Tun 1509, Wyoming Whiskey’s Outryder is 7 years old, and there’s a spooky maple-flavored whiskey coming out just in time for Halloween.
Best embodied by the Manhattan and Rob Roy, this classic combination is greater than the sum of its parts.
Glenfiddich experiments with French cuvée casks, Four Roses releases their annual limited edition small batch, Aberlour has a new A’bunadh variety and more exciting whisky news for the week of September 6th.
The third chapter of Little Book, Westland’s newest Garryana, straight bourbon, Irish whiskey, a very old Brora, and even older blended scotch are also rolling out.