Wyoming Whiskey Introduces New Collection Inspired by The Majesty and Beauty of America’s Great Wide-Open Spaces

Four Bespoke Bottles of Wyoming Whiskey Curated by the Collection’s Creative Director, Harrison Ford, to Benefit The Preservation of America’s National Parks NEW YORK, April 20, 2021  — Wyoming Whiskey, a world-class American Whiskey distillery committed to the preservation of America’s wide-open spaces, today announces a new collection inspired by the beauty of our national parks. The Wide-Open… Read More Wyoming Whiskey Introduces New Collection Inspired by The Majesty and Beauty of America’s Great Wide-Open Spaces

Early Times Kentucky Whiskey Enters the Bottled in Bond Bourbon Market

September 2017 by Michael Pendley Ask any liquor store manager near a college campus today what their bestselling whiskey is, and chances are high they will answer Early Times Kentucky Whiskey. What makes it so popular among the collegiate crowd? Well, mainly the price, which normally comes in right around $12 per 750ml bottle. But… Read More Early Times Kentucky Whiskey Enters the Bottled in Bond Bourbon Market

Tasting Notes: Angel’s Envy and Angel’s Envy Rye Finished Whiskeys

August 2017 by Michael Pendley       Lincoln Henderson spent a lifetime in the distilling industry. The man knew whiskey. During his nearly 40-year tenure at Brown-Forman, Lincoln oversaw the development of Gentleman Jack and Woodford Reserve. As Master Distiller, he oversaw countless barrels of whiskey from mash to bottle. When Lincoln retired from… Read More Tasting Notes: Angel’s Envy and Angel’s Envy Rye Finished Whiskeys

Japanese Whisky – A new book worth reading by Paul Rest

While visiting Japan, I discovered that apartment store basements were combinations of mini-restaurants, islands where you could purchase an amazing variety of foods and liquor stores that sold beers (cans of Budweiser were the most popular), wine (mostly French and a very expensive American wines), Champagnes (French) and, of course, spirits. The most popular spirits… Read More Japanese Whisky – A new book worth reading by Paul Rest