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March 2018

The Glenlivet Code

The Glenlivet takes whisky enthusiasts on a journey of discovery, while also putting their single malt knowledge to the test with the U.S. launch of limited-edition The Glenlivet Code, a mysterious single malt introduced without cask information or tasting notes. Inspired by the iconic British Code breakers, the latest innovation... Read more →

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W. L. Weller CYPB, short for Craft Your Perfect Bourbon

It seems when you leave it up to bourbon fans to “craft their perfect bourbon” they unanimously agree, wheat recipe is king! In November 2015, Buffalo Trace Distillery launched its “Craft Your Perfect Bourbon” website, in a lighthearted attempt to teach people about bourbon. The interactive experience allows fans to... Read more →

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Barrel-Finished Genevieve Gin

Hotaling & Co., formerly known as Anchor Distilling Company, has introduced a new interpretation of its Genevieve Dutch-style gin, Barrel-Finished Genevieve Gin; now available in major markets nationwide at the suggested retail price of $70. Barrel-Finished Genevieve Gin (ABV 47.3%) is a malt-based spirit that is distilled with gin botanicals.... Read more →

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Spirit Works Bottled in Bond Straight Rye Whiskey

California grain-to-glass craft spirits leader Spirit Works Distillery announced today that it has released its first ever Bottled in Bond – Straight Rye Whiskey. As an effort towards regulating spirits industry at the time, the US Government passed the Bottled in Bond Act of 1897, dictating a very strict set... Read more →

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Three Irish Whiskeys from Glendalough Distillery including one finished in Japanese Mizunara

The craft specialists behind Glendalough Distillery have focused on perfecting the ageing and finishing of its whiskeys through a distinctive wood program, exploring the breed of oak and predecessor liquid that would best accentuate each of the whiskeys’ flavours. As a result, the whiskeys are matured in bourbon barrels before... Read more →

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Tinkerman’s Gin from A. Smith Bowman Distillery

A. Smith Bowman Distillery is announcing a brand new line of signature gins, called Tinkerman’s Gin, produced by the Distillery’s own “tinkerman” Master Distiller Brian Prewitt. A. Smith Bowman Distillery will be releasing three Tinkerman’s Gin expressions in limited quantities; Citrus Supreme, Sweet Spice and Curiously Bright & Complex. A... Read more →

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Fernet Cannella

San Francisco-based amaro producer known for its signature dry cinnamon cordial, Cannella Spirits announces the debut of Fernet Cannella. True to Cannella’s house style, this fresh take on a classic Italian spirit is notably drier than traditional Fernets with less than five percent sugar by volume. Fernet Cannella joins Amaro... Read more →

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The GlenDronach and BenRiach Schedule of Releases for Early 2018

BenRiach and The GlenDronach announce a series of rare and coveted limited releases as well as new older whisky expressions. The single malt Scotch whiskies are arriving in the U.S. in early winter and spring 2018. Masters of Sherry Cask Maturation: The GlenDronach The GlenDronach, one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries,... Read more →

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