Tag Archives: Single Barrel

Nelson’s 108 Gold Label Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey Review

Nelson's Gold Label 108 Single Barrel Cask Strength

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- Five months ago, Nelson’s Greenbrier Distillery in Nashville gave American whiskey enthusiasts a novelty that checked two special boxes, by coming out with a pair of releases dubbed Nelson’s 108. For starters, this was the first in-house release from the Tennessee micro-distillery, which is noteworthy in and of itself. Nelson’s 108 is also a revival ...

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The Macallan Delves Into Single Cask Whiskies

The Macallan has unveiled the Exceptional Single Cask range, available in select international markets, which invites consumers to explore the diversity of styles of The Macallan, taking them on a virtual journey of discovery of the Whisky Makers bench. This exclusive range of single cask whiskies, showcases the depth and diversity of The Macallan. Each whisky revealing a particular character, ...

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Wemyss Malts Has A New Batch Of Single Cask Whiskies

Independent bottler Wemyss Malts have released a total of 12 new single cask whiskies ranging from 11 to 36 years old. Selected and approved by the prominent whisky writer Charlie Maclean, each bottling has a colorfully descriptive name illustrating the plethora of aromas and flavors that can be found in single cask whisky and have been bottled natural colour and ...

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Seven Of Scotland’s Independent Bottlers

Compass Box Barrel Staves

By Richard Thomas Many an American Whiskey purist scoffs at the notion of an independent bottler. Although the creations of Craft Barrel Spirits, High West and others have gained considerable appreciation, it’s still entirely common for me to run across people in whiskey bars declaring scorn for the idea that if a brand didn’t make the whiskey, it has no ...

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