Square shapes, unusual woods, smoke, and other innovations are reimagining the humble cask.
Rare oak, unusual coopering techniques, and other barrel variations lend these scotch, Irish, and American whiskeys unparalleled flavor.
North of New York City, distilleries nestle among the stunning scenery of mountains, farms, and the winding Hudson River.
Start your journey on the Hudson Valley’s craft whiskey trail with these destinations just north of New York City.
New York’s Black Dirt and Catskills regions offer some of the most scenic beauty—and excellent whiskey distilleries.
Surrounded by mountains and natural beauty, New York’s Northern Hudson Valley has an abundance of whiskey options.
From seaweed to sheep dung, distillers are using a range of unusual ingredients to add smoky flavor.
From Macallan to Port Ellen, these single malt scotches have jaw-dropping smoky profiles—and price tags to match.