Plus, there’s a new recipe for The Peat Monster, while Buffalo Trace’s latest experimental bourbon, a very old Talisker, and a bottled in bond wheat whiskey are hitting shelves.
Archive: Whisky Weekend
A Top 20-winning Kilchoman returns, along with two smoky siblings, and there are several new bourbons to try.
The heavy metal band collaborated with Iowa’s Cedar Ridge Distillery to make a blend of bourbon and rye.
Plus, Johnnie Walker continues its Game of Thrones releases, Compass Box has a new blended malt, Amrut’s latest Greedy Angels is peated, and craft whiskeys from Texas, Virginia, and beyond break new ground.
Plus, two well-aged bourbons, an Islay single malt scotch, a luxury whiskey from California, and more bottles are rolling out.
Plus, get your hands on aged scotch from GlenDronach, LittleMill, and Glen Scotia, a Charbay whiskey supporting fire victims, and a John Wick-approved bourbon.
Plus, Compass Box No Name returns, Writers’ Tears adds a new Irish whiskey, and there’s rye, bourbon, and more from Heaven’s Door, Old Carter, Jeptha Creed, Starward, Spirit of Hven, and Copperworks.
Plus, Bardstown Bourbon Co. is releasing three new bourbons, J.J. Corry debuts a tequila and mezcal-influenced Irish whiskey, and there’s a rare scotch from a closed distillery coming out.