The scotch company won’t give up details about this year’s limited-edition whiskies until the fall.
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Plus, there are new single malts from Loch Lomond, Bunnahabhain, Deanston, and others—including a Finnish distillery—and a 4 year old straight bourbon from Leopold Bros. in Denver.
Plus, there’s a new recipe for The Peat Monster, while Buffalo Trace’s latest experimental bourbon, a very old Talisker, and a bottled in bond wheat whiskey are hitting shelves.
A Top 20-winning Kilchoman returns, along with two smoky siblings, and there are several new bourbons to try.
Blended and single malt whiskies promote exploration of Scotland’s regional flavors and “secret” distilleries.
Plus, 12 and 15 year old bourbons, 10 year old single barrel rye, blended whisky from Australia, and whiskeys from across the U.S. are rolling out.
Plus, Johnnie Walker continues its Game of Thrones releases, Compass Box has a new blended malt, Amrut’s latest Greedy Angels is peated, and craft whiskeys from Texas, Virginia, and beyond break new ground.
Plus, there’s a wine cask-finished Irish single malt from Tyrconnell, barrel-proof Templeton, and new bourbon and rye named for mighty redwood trees.