Tag Archives: Spanish Whisky

Passion for the Red Whiskey Cocktail

By Richard Thomas Fruit-infused whiskeys like Bird Dog are as much a fixture on the whiskey scene now as fruit-infusion was with vodka a decade and a half ago, and just as with vodka, many of those fruit infusions were meant not for straight drinking, but for use in cocktails. A big favorite among the whiskey infusions is the cherry ...

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DYC Pure Malt Whiskey Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: C+ The green label of Spain’s DYC Pure Malt represents the distillery’s only in-production single malt whiskey. Any malt whiskey coming out of DYC these days would be a single malt, because while the company owns two different plants in Segovia, the Valverde del Majano facility produces only grain whiskey. Remember that the definition of “single ...

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