We all know the usual places from which renowned whiskey hails: America, Scotland, Ireland, and Japan. (Though, if bottles from those locales are your wheelhouse, we’ve got plenty of recommendations for what to buy.) The Year in New Whiskey: The Best Bottles We Tried in 2019 But as whiskey continues itsContinue Reading

Love a solid glass of bourbon? Chances are you’re very familiar with Bulleit whiskey. The liquid gold from Kentucky is an American staple at any good whiskey bar, and while you may know it goes down easy, neat, or in a variety of cocktails, there’s a few facts and statisticsContinue Reading

It’s that time of year again: The weather’s turned chilly, holiday shopping is well underway, and Pappy Van Winkle is yours for the taking (almost). Huckberry is once again giving shoppers the opportunity to win a bottle of the distillery’s vaunted, hard-to-find bourbon. All you have to do is spendContinue Reading

When you think of American whiskey, Kentucky and Tennessee are likely the first places that come to mind. But you might want to look a little farther west for your next bottle: Tincup whiskey is making high-quality blended American whiskeys in the mountains of Colorado, and the company just expandedContinue Reading

It’s been a big year for great booze. Within the world of whiskey, 2019 saw incredible bottles released, old favorites updated for better or worse, and a proliferation of new and inventive experiments land on shelves. Upstart distillers released game-changing new products, and legendary producers delivered incredible bottles to showContinue Reading

It’s time to consider the bourbon world’s “one-of-a-kind” experience: the single barrel. Single barrel whiskey is arguably the purest expression of a bourbon’s character that money can buy. The beauty is in the simplicity: Generally speaking, every bottle you see with that moniker can be traced back to one singleContinue Reading

Dewar’s has long been known for its blended whisky. But if you’re looking for incredible bottles, you’re gonna want to explore their single malts this season—especially since they have five rare releases on sale this month. The “Exceptional Cask Series,” as they’re calling it, will be an annual release ofContinue Reading