The U.S. only limited release is unique for its exclusive use of first fill American Oak ex-bourbon casks and draws its rich color and full-bodied flavor from the quality and character of the wood.
The panel details serving size, number of servings per container, alcohol by volume, number of calories and grams of carbohydrates, protein and fat per serving – and the U.S. Dietary Guidelines definition of a standard drink – 0.6 fluid ounces of alcohol.
This will be the first in a series of limited edition wood-finished Scotch blends that will be released over the coming years. Each will feature a different wood finish crafted for today's whisky enthusiast.
The bourbon was aged for six years in new American white oak barrels before spending another two years maturing inside used port wine barrels, extracting the subtle yet sweet flavors distinct to port wine.
This fall, Clyde May's is launching a Special Reserve whiskey, the first line extension in the brand's history, which will be available for sale in limited quantity
Exclusive to the United States, the bourbon barrel reserve is a celebration of American spirit. It pays tribute to the shared history of American and Scotch whisk(e)y, and the American Oak ex-bourbon barrels that are the backbone of the single malt Scotch whisky industry.
Using Bully Boy’s award-winning American Straight Whiskey as the base, the Old Fashioned is hand crafted with muddled raw sugar and just enough Angostura bitters to complement – but not overpower – the whiskey’s smooth caramel flavor and nutty finish.
Today, New York-based Stoli Group USA, LLC and Louisiana Spirits, LLC announced the start of a long-term partnership.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer joined 7th generation Master Distiller Fred Noe, company leaders and local dignitaries to officially open the doors and commemorate
The sixth event in this series, the MasterClass provides a historical and an educational look into Gin, past and present, including a tasting and mixology lesson lead by Brockmans Market Manager and spirits aficionado, David McNicoll.
Naasz succeeds Dr. Peter H. Cressy, who has successfully guided DISCUS for the past 16 years, during which time the spirits industry increased its market share by 22%, and supplier revenues more than doubled from $10.7 billion annually to over $23 billion.
Named to honor the history of its home neighborhood, just east of downtown Louisville, the new offering from reserve casks is bottled at 124 proof.
Inspired by its Expresiones del Corazon line, the new heritage packaging puts the focus on the quality and craftsmanship that goes into every bottle of Corazon Tequila.
Comprised of 12 barrels of wheated Bourbon produced at the Stitzel-Weller Distillery, original home of Heaven Hill’s Old Fitzgerald and direct ancestor to the celebrated Larceny brand, the ultra-rare, highly allocated release will offer both an extraordinary sensory experience and a glimpse at the DNA of Bourbon lore.