Plus, Jim Beam revives a historic bourbon brand, Italy’s malt whisky hits U.S. shores, and a non-alcoholic “bourbon” makes its debut.
Archive: World Whisky
A bounty of single cask whiskies from Scotland, India, Australia, and beyond are rolling out for thirst whisky lovers to explore.
A wealth of rare bottles and experiences are being offered, with proceeds benefiting the Rural Aid charity.
Far from Scotland’s moderate climate, malt distillers in warmer regions are embracing the effects of heat on their whisky.
Distillers the world over are crafting unique rye whiskies, a departure from the styles made in the U.S. and Canada.
Beyond the U.S. and Canada, distillers in Scotland, India, the Netherlands and elsewhere are making innovative whiskies with rye.
From Japan to India, Sweden to France, and even the United States, many international distillers are using Scottish peat.
France is probing the question of terroir and provenance as its distillers turn out excellent whisky, from Alsace to the Alps.