Bourbon, single malt scotch, and more whiskies netted top marks from Whisky Advocate’s reviewers in the Winter 2019 Buying Guide.
Blended and single malt scotch, plus a straight wheat whiskey, offer some of the biggest bang for buck in the Winter 2019 Buying Guide.
Two Kentucky straight bourbons and a well-aged blended scotch look set to appreciate in value over time.
We blind-tasted, scored, and reviewed the 2019 lineup of George T. Stagg, William Larue Weller, Eagle Rare 17 year old, Thomas H. Handy, and Sazerac rye.
Two scotches—a blend and a peaty single malt—plus a bourbon demonstrated an ideal balance of score and price in the Fall 2019 Buying Guide.
Barrel-strength bourbon and cask-finished whiskies from Ireland and Canada showed their strength in the Fall 2019 Buying Guide.
Collectors would be wise to keep an eye out for these whiskies hailing from Canada, Kentucky, and Speyside.