There are a few pilgrimages all appreciators of fine whisky should make in their time.
The latest expression in Glenfiddich’s Experimental Series, designed to inspire unusual and unexpected whiskies, draws inspiration from Canada.
If Multnomah Whiskey Library were a book, it would be a choose-your-own-adventure novel—with 1,700 spirited options.
The Glenmorangie Pride 1974, the distillery’s oldest whisky expression, has collectors and aficionados in thirst for it, even with a hefty per-bottle price tag.
The lives and work of artisans at the forefront of the American craft movement.
Chivas Brothers–owned whisky producer Royal Salute has created a blend fit for royalty itself.
Mixed into a traditional Japanese highball, with dense ice, soda water, and a twist of lemon, Toki is an ideal warm-weather refresher.
These days, rye whisky is hot. And the coolest place to drink it is at High West Distillery & Saloon in Park City, Utah.
The craft of whisky making has not changed much in the Balvenie’s production during the past century, and the distillery is one of the last in Scotland to boast in-house floor maltings that use locally hand-cut peat.