Eleven new whiskies from around the world and news about some others.
Camper's Book: Tonic Water AKA G&T WTF is now available for sale.
So much new American and scotch whisky is being released that I can barely keep up with drinking it all. I do my best.
Blended Canadian, scotch, and American whiskies, pisco, cool-sounding syrups, vodka designed for mixing with soda water, and other new products launching now.
As usual, a slew of new spirits hitting the market this spring.
New Booze: Four new whiskies hit the market from The Glenfiddich, Orphan Barrel, Old Forrester, and Rogue Spirits.
Anchor Distilling makes three unique rye whiskies in a tiny corner of a big brewery in Potrero Hill in San Francisco. I visited, probably for my 6th time, to learn the story of how it all started and how the whiskies are made.
In the Summer 2104 issue of Whisky Advocate magazine I have two articles, one on rye whiskey cocktails and another on advanced barrel aging- also of cocktails.
Jack Daniel Distillery’s Rested Tennessee Rye As a continuation of its entry into the rye whiskey category, the Jack Daniel Distillery is offering a limited release of Jack Daniel’s Rested Tennessee Rye, a follow-up to its 2012 Unaged Tennessee Rye offering. This marks the distillery’s first barrel-matured expression in the rye category. A one-time offering, Jack Daniel’s Rested Rye is scheduled to be available in select U.S. markets beginning in April. Jack Daniel’s Rested Rye is crafted using the same Cave Spring water from the Jack Daniel’s Hollow, proprietary yeast and charcoal mellowing process that’s been used in the distillery’s...