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Beyond Barrels Aging Mast in bourbon

By Richard Thomas Growing within the larger whiskey boom are many trends relating to aging in wood. Barrel-aged cocktails are catching on in mixology, while at home a growing number of enthusiasts have taken to experimenting with further aging off-the-shelf whiskey using small barrels and so-called “whiskey sticks.” The basic principle behind the whiskey sticks isn’t a new one, and ...

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The Glenlivet Unveils A Peaty Version Of Nadurra

The Glenlivet has launched a third expression for its Nàdurra range, Nàdurra Peated Whisky Cask Finish. This is the first release in the series to have a subtle, smoky taste profile, having been finished in American oak casks that have previously held heavily-peated Scotch whisky. Bottled at 61.5% ABV (cask strength), The Glenlivet Nàdurra Peated Whisky Cask Finish is inspired ...

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Single Cask Nation Arran 13 Year Old Sherry Cask Scotch Review

Single Cask Nation Arran 13 YO

By Kurt Maitland Rating: B+ To quote their website “The Jewish Whisky Company [owners of Single Cask Nation] is faithfully dedicated to independently bottling the world’s finest and rarest single cask whiskies for the diverse members of Single Cask Nation.” The Jewish Whisky Company also host the Whisky Jewbilee, currently held in NYC, Chicago and Seattle and one of the ...

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Americans Lead Visitors At This Year’s Spirit Of Speyside

A record number of American whisky lovers flocked to this year’s Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival, with people from the United States outnumbering other international visitors for the first time in the event’s history. An independent report also shows visitors to the popular annual festival – held in the spiritual home of Scotland’s malt whisky industry each May Bank Holiday ...

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