Check out a new blended malt, two whiskeys from South Carolina, and a single malt made with Maine peat.
Archive: New Releases
Cave-aging may not be the next big thing in whiskey, but it’s said to create a unique flavor profile.
BenRiach has a new 21 year old single malt scotch, while New York Distilling Company’s applejack-finished Empire Rye makes its debut.
The English Whisky Company has rebranded its single malts, while new bourbons and ryes from Virginia, Colorado, and beyond are launching.
The ten highest-scoring whiskies in the Winter 2017 Whisky Advocate Buying Guide include marvelous bourbons, scotches, and more.
Redemption is releasing the oldest bourbon to date, while Macallan, Bowmore, and Glen Moray are launching new single malt scotches.
The 90-point Blender’s Dog Irish whiskey is hitting the U.S., while a super-aged rye makes its debut.