Where a whisky is aged makes a big difference to its flavor, as showcased by these malts from the U.S. and beyond.
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Bourbon, single malt scotch, and more whiskies netted top marks from Whisky Advocate’s reviewers in the Winter 2019 Buying Guide.
We blind-tasted, scored, and reviewed the 2019 lineup of George T. Stagg, William Larue Weller, Eagle Rare 17 year old, Thomas H. Handy, and Sazerac rye.
More alcohol delivers more flavor, and these bottles show off the full range of rich goodness found in scotch whisky.
Beyond the U.S. and Canada, distillers in Scotland, India, the Netherlands and elsewhere are making innovative whiskies with rye.
Start exploring the ryes and blends of the Great White North without putting pressure on your wallet.