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.
Archive: Whisky Weekend
Plus, cask-strength Irish whiskey, luxury French blended malts, and offerings from American craft distilleries are all coming out.
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.
Buffalo Trace has unveiled a single-barrel Elmer T. Lee, Writers’ Tears is rolling out its cask-strength Irish whiskey, and two limited-edition scotches are hitting shelves.
Plus, a rye for Parker’s Heritage Collection, Yellowstone Limited Edition bourbon, two scotches from Royal Salute, craft whiskey, and more bottles are hitting shelves.
Plus, there are new single malts from Loch Lomond, Bunnahabhain, Deanston, and others—including a Finnish distillery—and a 4 year old straight bourbon from Leopold Bros. in Denver.
A Top 20-winning Kilchoman returns, along with two smoky siblings, and there are several new bourbons to try.
Plus, 12 and 15 year old bourbons, 10 year old single barrel rye, blended whisky from Australia, and whiskeys from across the U.S. are rolling out.