How does this sherry cask-finished bourbon from Town Branch stack up? Read my latest Whiskey of the Week column for Spy to find out.
Black Button Distilling has been making whiskey in upstate New York for about a decade. This four-grain craft bourbon is worth tasting, read my Whiskey of the Week column for Spy to find out more.
This year’s Diageo Special Releases is called Legends Untold, a collection of eight different single malts. Read my review for Spy here.
New bottled-in-bond bourbon has arrived from Illinois craft distillery FEW Spirits. Read my review for Spy to see what it’s all about.
Kentucky Owl is a brand known for some really expensive sourced bourbon and rye. But this new release, a blend of whiskey both contract-distilled at Bardstown Bourbon Company and sourced, is cheaper and worth checking out. Read my review for Spy here.
Old Tub is one of Jim Beam’s oldest brands, and one of the best inexpensive bourbons from the distillery. Read my review for Spy here.
Great Jones is the first whiskey distillery to call Manhattan home since Prohibition. Read my Whiskey of the Week for Spy here to find out more.
Vermont’s WhistlePig distillery adds an Irish whiskey to its portfolio. Read my review of Limavady Single Cask Single Malt for Spy here.
This new bourbon comes from the Busch beer family. Read my review for Spy here.
This duo of whiskeys from WhistlePig, a bourbon and a rye, goes “beyond bonded.” What exactly does that mean? Read my Whiskey of the Week column for Spy here.