Coming from India, China, Wales, and beyond, these worldly whiskies encourage a more far-reaching exploration of single malts.
Archive: World Whisky
The Kiwis have joined the likes of Scotland, the U.S., and other nations in creating guidelines for their native whisky styles.
The international head of sales for M&H Distillery joined #TasteWithSpace on Feb. 12. all the way from Tel Aviv.
One of Scotland’s newer distilleries brings cask-strength offerings to the U.S., while new Welsh whisky and Pennsylvania rye hit shelves.
Plus, new ryes with unusual maturation programs are debuting, and a Colorado whiskey distilled from Brettanomyces beer makes a splash.
Hailing from Germany, India, Japan, and Israel, these whiskies prove that single malt is truly a global style.
Faer Isles Distillery, which has just started crowdfunding efforts, is located in the remote, rugged Faroe Islands.