The end of Prohibition returned whisky to store shelves—and provides an opportunity for distillers today to create unique and tasty expressions.
Famous Grouse has two new cask-finished blends, Westland is creating a unique single malt series called Reverie, and there are four new rice whiskies from Japan, as well as new Irish and bourbon whiskeys.
Plus, there are two limited-edition age-statement blends from Grand Macnish and a Pinot Noir barrel-finished bourbon from Freeland Spirits.
Assemble a special whisky bar, create a custom cocktail, or curate a tasting to make your big day even more memorable.
Bourbon, amaro, and gin are pulled together by cherry-vanilla bitters in this subtle, sparkling cocktail.
A variation on the Manhattan, this bourbon and amaro cocktail takes its name from New Orleans tradition.
Plus, Tamdhu is replacing its 10 year old, Chicken Cock has a limited-edition bourbon, and Balcones and Copperworks are celebrating anniversaries with special single malts.
These three whiskies, chosen from our Fall 2018 Buying Guide, show great potential to gain in value.