Sazerac House in New Orleans immerses visitors in cocktail history—and is making the drink’s main ingredients on-site.
Plus, there are single cask scotches from Aberfeldy and Craigellachie, Nick Offerman’s Lagavulin, the return of Jack Daniel’s Heritage Barrel, the first house-made whiskey from Teeling, and many more bottles ready to be enjoyed.
Best embodied by the Manhattan and Rob Roy, this classic combination is greater than the sum of its parts.
George T. Stagg, William Larue Weller, and Eagle Rare 17—plus the two Sazerac ryes—are coming out soon.
The third chapter of Little Book, Westland’s newest Garryana, straight bourbon, Irish whiskey, a very old Brora, and even older blended scotch are also rolling out.
Buffalo Trace has unveiled a single-barrel Elmer T. Lee, Writers’ Tears is rolling out its cask-strength Irish whiskey, and two limited-edition scotches are hitting shelves.
A Top 20-winning Kilchoman returns, along with two smoky siblings, and there are several new bourbons to try.
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.