Shetland Reel Single Malt, though distilled on the Scottish mainland, represents the first bottlings of what will be Scotland’s most northerly whisky.
The Jack Daniel’s No. 27 Gold Tennessee Whiskey is an overseas expression of the popular American whiskey that’s seen double maturation.
We ponder a Jefferson’s Reserve bourbon finished in special wine casks in this review, finding it to be an amazing dram.
The new Sullivans Cove Manifesto, pricing a little under $7,200 USD, is one of the most expensive whiskies ever to come from Australia.
We review the Whiskey Elements sticks from Time & Oak to see if they really have magical whiskey taste improvement properties.
The Knockdhu distillery, under its anCnoc line up, debuts anCnoc Peatlands, the lightest in a series of peated whisky expressions.
The new Marlee’s Green Tea Whiskey blends rye whiskey, special green tea and some organic Mexican blue agave to create a rather offbeat expression.
The upcoming Isle Of Arran Illicit Stills whisky, a limited edition release, pays homage to the history of whisky distillation in the area.
Noted whiskey writer Fred Minnick is out with a new book for the bourbon lover called Bourbon Curious. We get curious about it with him in this interview.
We review the Westland American Single Malt Whiskey, a domestic single malt looking to define this emerging whiskey category.