New Canadian whisky is joined by craft bourbon and rye, as well as single malt and blended malt scotch from independent bottlers.
Archive: Whisky Weekend
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.
Along with super-aged scotch, check out the 2018 release of Michter’s 10 year old single barrel bourbon and an intriguing new “infinity” whiskey from Barrell.
Plus, don’t miss new BenRiach and GlenDronach single malt scotch, and the 2018 Woodford Reserve Kentucky Derby bottle.
This week’s newest releases span the globe, from an rom a high-end blended grain to Irish whiskey finished in Japanese mizunara oak to a whisky that combines scotch and Dutch single malt.
Bonded is the word of the week for whiskey: two new releases from Kentucky, and an unusual bonded Irish whiskey, are rolling out.
There’s also a whisky named for poet Robert Burns, Irish whiskey finished in port barrels, Indian single malt from Paul John Distillery, and more.