Tennessee and Indiana craft distillers debut unique whiskeys, while international releases from Japan and Australia are rolling out.
Archive: Whisky Weekend
Kentucky Owl is releasing Batch #8 of its bourbon, while New Riff and other craft distillers are rolling out new whiskeys.
Johnnie Walker has a new Ghost & Rare blend featuring Port Ellen, Bulleit is rolling out a tattoo bottle, and Mortlach is relaunching its single malt scotch range.
GlenAllachie unveils its core range, while Bladnoch releases a 29 year old single malt, and a unique blended Islay malt is selling for a good cause.
Russell’s Reserve 2002, Loch Lomond special editions for The Open, Gooderham & Worts, and craft whiskey are all hitting shelves.
Old Forester is reviving The President’s Choice bourbon, and there’s a flavored whiskey that uses a very unusual ingredient—from a beaver.
Kentucky Owl’s second batch of rye, a new Japanese whisky from Nikka, Compass Box’s Delilah XXV, and more covetable bottles are hitting shelves.