Cave-aging may not be the next big thing in whiskey, but it’s said to create a unique flavor profile.
Archive: Whisky Weekend
A new 17 year old whisky celebrates the dark winter months on Orkney, while other distilleries re-release previously available whiskies.
The English Whisky Company has rebranded its single malts, while new bourbons and ryes from Virginia, Colorado, and beyond are launching.
This week’s new whiskies also include two scotches from Old Pulteney, 50 year old Bowmore, Jefferson’s bourbon, and Teeling single malt.
Check out a non-chill filtered bourbon from Jim Beam, a pot still whiskey finished in Irish oak, new bottled in bond bourbon, and more.
Check out super old Islay single malt from Ardbeg and Laphroaig, plus a whole range of new malt whiskies from Japan.