This week’s newest releases span the globe, from an rom a high-end blended grain to Irish whiskey finished in Japanese mizunara oak to a whisky that combines scotch and Dutch single malt.
Archive: Irish Whiskey
Rebel Yell is rolling out its 2018 Single Barrel, Tyrconnell has a 15 year old madeira finish, and Wayne Gretzky’s Canadian whisky is now available in the U.S.
Bonded is the word of the week for whiskey: two new releases from Kentucky, and an unusual bonded Irish whiskey, are rolling out.
The ninth scotch in the Private Edition Series launches, while the Pearse Lyons line debuts in the U.S., and the Dead Rabbit bar unveils its own whiskey.
Cave-aging may not be the next big thing in whiskey, but it’s said to create a unique flavor profile.
Master blender Brian Kinsman of William Grant & Sons talks blending, grains, and innovation at Tullamore D.E.W.’s new distillery.
Redemption is releasing the oldest bourbon to date, while Macallan, Bowmore, and Glen Moray are launching new single malt scotches.