Tristan Brunel of New York City’s George Washington Bar takes a Bloody Caesar to the next level.
Not all peated whisky packs the same punch. From 0 to 309 ppm, there’s a sweet smoke spot for every taste.
From Balvenie and Glenfiddich to Macallan and Caol Ila, you can compare smoky scotches to their non-peaty counterparts.
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.
Founder and whisky maker John Glaser explains why the time was right to update his heavily peated blended malt scotch.
Plus, we have more details about The Walking Dead bourbon, several new craft whiskeys are hitting shelves, and Oban is releasing a distillery-only scotch.