The number of aging bourbon barrels in Kentucky has been pegged at over 5.6 million, according to new industry figures, in what’s said to be a 40 year high.
Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky, a favorite in the southernmost nation of Africa, travels overseas to tempt American whiskey drinkers.
The new Tomatin 36 Year Old whisky, though limited edition, will be released yearly by this Scottish distillery.
The Jim Beam Rolled Oat Bourbon is among the latest in experimentation from the big brand bourbon label. We review it to see if it succeeds or fails.
Visitors to George Washington’s Mount Vernon during July 3-4 will get to purchase a special rye whiskey based upon the former president’s age old recipe.
The new Tullibardine 1952 whisky is a six decades old Scotch, pricing over $30,000, that’s specifically targeted at connoisseurs and collectors.
The Greenbar distillery has on its hands a rather unique “six woods” American single malt whiskey. We visit them to check it out.
Long time bourbon wizard and Four Roses master distiller Jim Rutledge has announced his retirement after nearly 50 years in the business.
Sonoma County Distilling has on its hands a new rye whiskey made partially from a cherrywood smoked barley.
The Anthrax bourbon love is shown again by the famous music group as they turn to Knob Creek for a new release.