Rare whiskies from India, Japan, and Scotland all contain potential to increase in value over time.
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Plus, Jim Beam revives a historic bourbon brand, Italy’s malt whisky hits U.S. shores, and a non-alcoholic “bourbon” makes its debut.
Plus, Sagamore Spirit and Kentucky Peerless release limited-edition ryes, an alternatively aged American whiskey debuts, the second South African whisky to be available in the U.S. is announced, and more.
A wealth of rare bottles and experiences are being offered, with proceeds benefiting the Rural Aid charity.
Plus, Barrell’s 2020 New Year bourbon is now available, Oak & Eden launches a wheated bourbon, and the oldest Penderyn ever released is coming out.
Distillers the world over are crafting unique rye whiskies, a departure from the styles made in the U.S. and Canada.