Bob Dylan is launching a bourbon, rye, and whiskey, while Maker’s Mark and Jefferson’s both have new bourbons.
Whisky lovers have many reasons to visit the happiest place on earth—especially now that it has its own bourbon experience.
Historically used in Scotland’s distilling tradition, rye is making a comeback—but can it be called whisky?
Scotch lovers can look forward to a number of rare single malt and grain whiskies, but no Port Ellen or Brora.
Buffalo Trace is also releasing three rare single barrel bourbons, Naked Grouse has a new recipe, and Westland Distillery has made its April Fool’s Day whiskey a reality.