These whiskies from Scotland, Ireland, and Kentucky all sat in a barrel for 17 years or longer.
American distillers are playing around with more inventive barrel finishes, to appealing and distinctive results.
The Speyside single malt continues to keep whisky drinkers guessing with its latest release, a trio of unidentified whisky samples.
After releasing its flagship single malt in 2020, VDC gives whisky drinkers a taste of the bourbon, sherry, and cuvée cask components.
A 50 year old blended scotch, a 10 year old bourbon, and a 54 year old single malt scotch all stand to increase in value.
A Kentucky bourbon, Tennessee whisky, and Japanese whisky showcased the very best of the Fall 2021 Buying Guide.
With various age statements and cask finishes, Shibui has produced a range of whiskies with distinct personalities.
These barrel proof bourbons and Canadian rye whiskies will stand up to any amount of ice or water you throw at them.