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Angel’s Envy Cask Strength 2017 Released

Louisville Distilling Company is thrilled to announce the limited-edition release of Angel’s Envy Cask Strength Bourbon Finished in Port Wine Barrels. This year’s expression is now available in select markets: AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, IL, IN, KY, LA, MA, MD, MI, MN, MO, NJ, NV, NY, OH, OR, PA, TN, TX, WA, and Washington DC. Each year, Angel’s Envy ...

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New Yamazaki Mizunara Cask Single Malt Coming

One of the features setting Japanese whisky apart is the use of Mizunara, the Japanese oak. The wood from this rare and demanding tree inspired Suntory to take a momentous step forward in whisky-making, both in perfecting new cask-making techniques and in creating flavors never before tasted in whisky. Suntory’s blenders have brought the essence of the noble Mizunara into ...

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For The Whisky Fan Who Has Everything, A Glenmorangie Bicycle

In celebration of the wood which shapes Glenmorangie’s signature single malt, The Original, Glenmorangie has formed a collaboration with bicycle pioneer Renovo, to create the world’s first bicycles made from the whisky’s casks. The limited-edition bicycles ($6,950 each), will be available online starting September 2017 and represent the second partnership in the distillery’s Beyond the Cask series. Glenmorangie Single Malt ...

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Iowa Legendary Aged Rye Whiskey Review

Iowa Legendary Aged Rye Whiskey

By Father John Rayls Rating: B- Although my preference is to have my whiskey neat at room temperature and without anything added, not everyone else is after that same experience. Tastes are varied and, at times, totally opposite of mine. Not only are consumers subject to their biases and preferences, but producers are as well. For instance, some distilleries want ...

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Whiskey Time And Tales Of The Cocktail

Why A Cocktail Convention Might Also Be The Best Whiskey Festival By Kurt Maitland You might have seen them. They work or dabble in booze and disappeared for a few days in late July only to come back a few days later, easing back into their normal routines and looking just a bit worse for wear. What were they returning ...

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