The second release of Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond is coming, Woodford Reserve has a limited-edition rye, and Balcones is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Johnnie Walker has a new Ghost & Rare blend featuring Port Ellen, Bulleit is rolling out a tattoo bottle, and Mortlach is relaunching its single malt scotch range.
And there’s more peat in the form of Kilchoman, plus a rum cask-finished Irish whiskey and a chocolatey Speyside blended malt.
These large-format bottles of bourbon, scotch, and Irish whiskey provide the ultimate bang for your buck.
Whisky Advocate’s editors answer the question by trying two cocktails blind: one each made with $15 bourbon and $150 bourbon.