A very rare American Light whiskey that was distilled in 1992 and dumped in 2018 is being released as a 25-year-old expression by Proof and Wood Ventures. Thus, it is 100 seasons old. Only 500 bottles were produced of this limited edition release.
New Peerless Single Barrel Rye and Bourbon Whiskeys are now available at the Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co. distillery in Louisville, Kentucky. Here is what they are releasing this week.
Town Branch’s new Double Oaked Bourbon whiskey from Lexington, Kentucky After aging for 5 years in the first barrel, this unique expression of Town Branch has was re-casked into a second round of new charred white oak barrels for 9 months. The second barreling imparted deep oak sweetness ad color on the whiskey with hints of brown sugar and cherry.
Town Branch Single Malt 11-Year-Old Cask Strength Whiskey is finished in ex-Oloroso sherry casks that aged had most recently aged red wine in Kentucky. This is Town Branch Distillery of Lexington, Kentucky’s oldest single malt whiskey limited edition at barrel proof 110.3 proof
The Last Drop Distillers Autumn Collection coming in November consists of rare Buffalo Trace Bourbon distilled in 1980, a 43-year-old Jamaican Rum from 1976, and a vintage Grand Champagne Cognac from 1959 from France from the vintage spirits collection. With only 240 bottles available, the Bourbon is $4,600 a bottle.
Russell’s Reserve 2003 Bourbon Whiskey is a limited edition Kentucky Straight Bourbon aged at least 16 years old. Only 3,600 bottles at $250. Master Distiller Eddie Russell says this last of the 107-barrel-entry-proof whiskey at Wild Turkey with a flavor reminiscent of the mid-1980s to early 1990s.
Kings County Distillery of Brooklyn, New Work releases their new 7-Year Single Barrel Bourbon Whiskey. The Brooklyn distillery says this is their oldest release to date with more old Bourbon whiskeys to be released to coincide with their 10th-year birthday celebrations. We speak with distiller and co-founder Colin Spoelman.
Stranahan’s Blue Peak Colorado Whiskey is added to Stranahan’s Colorado Rocky Mountain whiskeys. The Denver, Colorado distillery couples Stranahan’s high altitude distillation process and aging methods with a Solera finish, a maturation process typically used in wine, resulting in a rich and mellow whiskey.
WhistlePig Rye Whiskey’s The Boss Hog VII: Magellan’s Atlantic, will be the first rye whiskey ever finished in rare Spanish and South American casks. Aged for 17 years in American Oak, read more about this rare and limited edition whiskey release from WhistlePig Distillery of Shoreham, Vermont.