Single malt fans in the U.S. could face higher prices, fewer choices—or both. Scotch makers, importers, and retailers told Whisky Advocate how the 25% tariffs are affecting them.
Plus, vintage and cask-strength scotch, beer-finished American single malt, and more new whiskies are rolling out now.
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.
Rare oak, unusual coopering techniques, and other barrel variations lend these scotch, Irish, and American whiskeys unparalleled flavor.
Single malt scotch, bourbon, Canadian, and Irish whiskey showed their best sides in the Fall 2019 Buying Guide.