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.
Susannah Skiver Barton
The Louisville distiller pays tribute to influential figures, like Muhammad Ali, in its redesigned bourbons and ryes.
Bruichladdich’s head distiller explains how, when it comes to single malt scotch, PPM is just a number.
Founder and whisky maker John Glaser explains why the time was right to update his heavily peated blended malt scotch.
Protecting the integrity of scotch is necessary and important—until it interferes with consumer knowledge.
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.