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Auchentoshan Releases 1975 Vintage Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Jan 16, 2014  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

Whisky connoisseurs will be well schooled in the terroir and intricacies of the various whisky-making regions of Scotland: the Speyside, the Highlands, Islay and the other Hebridean islands. But the Lowlands are often forgotten. 

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The Macallan M Puts the Spirit Back in the Bottle

Dec 16, 2013  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

It may be true that you can’t judge a book by its cover, but no one ever said anything about a whisky by its bottle. That’s why distillers and blenders invest so much into designing the packaging of their coveted spirits. This latest release from Macallan, however, takes things a step further. 

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Chivas Regal Hosts Gentleman's Club at Members Club Milano 1909

Nov 29, 2013  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Since November 12, 2013, Chivas Regal has been welcoming “modern gentlemen” into the Members Club Milano 1909, a space dedicated to men who have high values like friendship and generosity, show courtly manners, and demonstrate a casual chic persona.

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Johnnie Walker Unveils Exclusive Platinum Label Scotch Whisky

Sep 18, 2013  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Johnnie Walker’s red, black and blue label blended Scotch whiskies are justly famous the world over. Now the storied 200-year-old brand is embarking on a new era with the introduction of their Platinum Label, a perfectly blended 18-year-old whisky inspired by the Walker family tradition of creating “private blends” for favored customers and company directors.... Read More

Johnnie Walker Partners with Alfred Dunhill on Special Edition Blue Label

Jul 17, 2013  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

As far as blended whiskies go, it doesn't get much more prestigious than Johnnie Walker Blue Label. But that doesn't mean the label can't step up its game.... Read More

Bruce Lee Didn't Drink, Fronts Johnnie Walker Blue Label Campaign

Jul 11, 2013  |   Contributor: Courtney Driver  |  1 Comment

Unsurprisingly, many advertisements these days are created with a host of special effects from talking animals to blockbuster-caliber explosions. This week Johnnie Walker released the latest video for the "Keep Walking" campaign, an effort that has been ongoing for some time now, replete with an entirely CGI Bruce Lee on-screen.... Read More

The French Laundry Launches Spirits Program With The Macallan Fine & Rare Collection

Jun 3, 2013  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Thomas Keller’s legendary Napa Valley restaurant The French Laundry just announced the launch of their new spirits program, which features the world famous single malt Scotch, The Macallan. Keller and the restaurant’s sommelier Dennis Kelly personally chose The Macallan as The French Laundry’s exclusive Scotch whisky and specifically hand-selected the newly released 1989 vintage as one of the nine rare expressions of The Macallan available at the restaurant.... Read More

Tamdhu Whisky Comes Back to Life in Speyside Scotland

May 22, 2013  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

Scotland's glens, hills and islands are pocked with distilleries and while most are hard at work producing whisky, not all of them are active. Once-active distilleries like Banff, Rosebank and Port Ellen are what insiders classify as "silent stills." It's not every day that a silent still comes back to life, but that is precisely what has happened with the re-inauguration of Tamdhu.... Read More

Kilchoman: The Little Whisky Farm Distillery That Could

May 17, 2013  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph  |  1 Comment

Whisky connoisseurs enamored of the peated style will be familiar with the usual suspects from Islay. The Hebridean isle is home to some of the best in the business, including Ardbeg, Bowmore, Lagavulin and Laphroaig. But excellent as their whiski... Read More

Sommeliers: They're Not Just for Wine Anymore

May 16, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Typically when you think of a sommelier, you think of wine — even Wikipedia defines a sommelier as someone trained and specializing in the wine profession. After all, wine is a complex drink of sophistication, usually used for celebratory occasions (and often accompanying a nice meal). To be a wine sommelier you have to spend years studying every nuance of the field, including the history of different varietals and the merits of specific glasses. You can ask a wine sommelier anything you want about wine, whether it be which type you should drink with pasta or with meats, and they can answer your question and more. Though wine sommeliers are the most popular type of expert, they're not the only ones out there. More and more people are branching off into different areas, from beer and whisk... Read More

$26,000 Glendfiddich Shoplifted from Toronto Liquor Store

May 14, 2013  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

The principle that single malt whisky gets better with age is generally true, but only up to a point. Past that point, older doesn't necessarily mean better. But when a major distillery releases a malt that's been aging for several decades, you can expect two things: One is that the distillery won't release it unless it quite literally stands the test of time.... Read More

Diageo Bets Big with Scotch Distillery Expansions

May 10, 2013  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

Many of the nearly 100 whisky distilleries in Scotland operate independently, but a large number of them are owned by major brands. Williams Grant & Sons owns a handful, as do United Spirits, Bacardi, Edrington, Morrison Bowmore and Inver House. But the largest groups are owned by Pernod Ricard and — above all — Diageo.... Read More

Why Add Water to Whisky? Bowmore Water Program Breaks it Down

Mar 21, 2013  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

Whisky connoisseurs debate all sorts of things: the value of aging, wood finishes, terroir, the superiority of one distillery or distilling process over another...the list goes on; but few items are contentious as the simple matter of adding wat... Read More

Cheers to St. Patrick's Day With These 11 Themed Cocktails

Mar 17, 2013  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

As far as holidays go, St. Patrick's Day is a pretty strange one to celebrate for most. After all, do any of us even know anything about St. Patrick (the patron saint of Ireland) or why we're celebrating him? While you may not care why you're hanging shamrock garlands, binge drinking green Guinness and proudly telling a weary bartender you're actually 1/3 Irish on your mother's side, you should at least know a few things about March 17 — even if the information is only used to impress your friends. Tell you what, I'll even share some pretty great St. Patrick's Day-inspired cocktail recipes after the miniature history lesson so you can mix up your own party at home.... Read More

Pininfarina Designs Special Edition Chivas Regal 18 Series

Jan 15, 2013  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

Few items can arouse the senses quite like Italian design and Scotch whisky, and now the two have come together in an exclusive collaboration between Chivas Regal and Pininfarina. Chivas is known as one of the premier blended whiskies coming from Scotland, having been established over a hundred years ago back in 1909.... Read More

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