The Newest Distilleries In Scotland

Dalmunach Distillery

A Look At The Most Recently Founded And Opened Scotch Whisky Distilleries By Richard Thomas Part of the romance of Scotch Whisky is its plethora of distilleries. Having survived the series of world events that shook the American and Irish whiskey industries to near-rubble, Scotland became the place where enthusiasts could wax about how the thin cut of a pot ...

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Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select Five Malt Whiskey Review

Woodford Reserve Five Malt Whiskey

By Richard Thomas Rating: B Last month Woodford Reserve journeyed into the realm of American Malts by releasing a new Distiller’s Select whiskey, Five Malt. In my view, Five Malt is both the most natural thing in the world for Woodford to do, but at the same time also a keenly innovative, craft whiskey-style stroke. For those who know world ...

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Tennessee’s Craft Whiskey Scene

Dark Bell & Andrew Webber

By Richard Thomas Tennessee is not just the Volunteer State, but also America’s second whiskey state. Kentucky’s sister state was one of the survivors of Prohibition and the 1970s whiskey slump, making Jack Daniels, George Dickel and the Lincoln County Process (LCP) fixtures in the story of modern American whiskey. Yet the very fact that for decades it was just ...

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