For years I'd heard about the Islay Festival of Music and Malt aka Feis Ile, and last year I finally was able to attend courtesy of Bunnahabhain. (All pictures on this post of from Bunnahabhain's distillery day.) During Feis Ile, each of the distilleries on the island hosts a party...
They call Bunnahabhain "the welcoming taste of Islay" because unlike other Islay scotch whiskies, most Bunnahabhain is not smoky. Here are is how the whisky is made.
Burn Stewart Master Distiller, Ian MacMillan, was charged with creating a product which would be more in keeping with its original north east recipe. The result is a slightly smoky taste that maintains the distinctiveness of Black Bottle.
100 bottles of this Speyside single malt, priced at $25,000 each, will go on sale around the world in limited distribution. An undisclosed number of further releases from The Winchester Collection will then follow, with “Vintage 1966” confirmed to be next in line.
New Limited Releases From Tomatin Distillery The Tomatin Distillery Co Ltd has announced some new limited editionreleases with an emphasis on Sherry. The Tomatin Cuatro Series presents four limited edition expressions of Tomatin Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky. All distilled on the same day, the whisky was matured for nine...
Jura brought together 12 Brooklyn artisans to co-collaborate on Kings County's first single malt Scotch whisky. Jura Brooklyn has been aged up to 16 years in American White Oak Bourbon, Amoroso Sherry and Pinot Noir casks.
Dark Origins, a non-chill filtered single malt with an ABV of 46.8%,uses twice as many first fill sherry casks than in the classic Highland Park 12 year old resulting in a naturally darker, richer flavor.