Bonded is the word of the week for whiskey: two new releases from Kentucky, and an unusual bonded Irish whiskey, are rolling out.
Archive: Whisky Weekend
There’s also a whisky named for poet Robert Burns, Irish whiskey finished in port barrels, Indian single malt from Paul John Distillery, and more.
The ninth scotch in the Private Edition Series launches, while the Pearse Lyons line debuts in the U.S., and the Dead Rabbit bar unveils its own whiskey.
Independent bottlings of Aultmore and Allt-á-Bhainne are launching, along with bourbons honoring U.S. Special Forces.
Johnnie Walker’s latest Blenders’ Batch has been finished in sherry casks, while Sugarlands Distilling Company is releasing a new edition of its straight rye.
Check out a new blended malt, two whiskeys from South Carolina, and a single malt made with Maine peat.
A new 17 year old whisky celebrates the dark winter months on Orkney, while other distilleries re-release previously available whiskies.
BenRiach has a new 21 year old single malt scotch, while New York Distilling Company’s applejack-finished Empire Rye makes its debut.