Virginia: A Place for Whiskey Lovers (Episode 722: September 2, 2018)20180902191633
Mark GillespieSeptember 2, 2018@odysseusunbound, @RealWhiskyDave, A. Smith Bowman, Adelaide, agriculture, Alexandre Ricard, aluminum, Anthony Bakker, Australia, backset, Bardstown, Bare Knuckle, Beam Suntory, Becky Harris, Belmont Farm Distillery, Bettina Ring, Bill Karlson, Blended Malt, Blenders' Mash, Booker Noe Distillery, bootlegger, Boston, Bourbon, Bourbon Cask, Bourbon Mash, Bourbon Wood Reserve, Brent Elliott, Brown-Forman, Bruichladdich, Canada, Catoctin Creek, Charlottesville, China, Chris Ratcliff, Chuck Miller, Clermont, Clutha, Connoisseurs Choice, construction, cooperage, Crown Royal, Culpeper, Darwin, Dave Kearns, Diageo, Discovery Series, distiller, distillery, Douglas Laing & Co., earnings, economic development, ethanol, EU, European Union, exports, farmers, fermentation, forestry, Four Roses, fuel, Gareth Moore, George Washington's Distillery, Glasgow, Gordon & MacPhail, grain, Greaves Motorsport, Hall of Fame, Icons of Whisky, imports, incentives, IndyCar, Ireland, Irish Distillers, Islay, Jack Daniel's, James May, Jameson, Jeanette Miller, Jim Beam, Jim Beam Distillery, John O'Mara, Kentucky, Kentucky Bourbon Festival, Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority, KO Distilling, Lawson Whiting, lawyers, Limited Edition Small Batch, Lovingston, Manassas, Mario Andretti, Mexico, Midleton, moonshine, Mount Vernon, Noble Collection, Oz Clarke, Pacific Quay, Patrick Maguire, Patrick Small, Pernod Ricard, Private Stock, profits, Prohibition, Ragged Branch, Repeal Batch, River Clyde, Roundstone Rye, sales, Sazerac, Scotch, Scott Harris, Secretary, Sour Mash, sourdough, Speyside Cooperage, Springbank, stave mill, steel, Sullivan's Cove, Sweet Mash, tariffs, Tasmania, Tawny Port, taxes, The Glenrothes, The Independent, trade, trade war, Travis Hill, TTB, Virginia, Virginia ABC, Virginia Distillers Association, Virginia Distillery Company, Virginia Highland, whiskey, whisky, Whisky Magazine, whisky wingman, Wilderness Trail, Woodford Reserve, X4, yeast0 comments
Virginia’s distilling history dates back to at least 1620, and while many whiskey lovers know about George Washington’s Distillery at Moun...
GlenDronach Adds 18-Year-Old Tawny Port Finish20140805132614
Episode 481: May 31, 201420140530175744
Mark GillespieMay 30, 2014Ardbeg, Ardbeg Day, Auchentoshan, Auriverdes, Austin, banjo, bar, Bar High Five, Best Of The Best, Billy Leighton, Brazil, Brendan Buckley, Buchanan's, Bulleit, cabin, cat, Celtic Whiskey Shop, code, collector, Companta, contract, counterfeit, couple, cow's arse, Crimea, currency, David Frost, Diageo, driving, Dublin, Duchess, Duke, England, Eric Burke, Euromonitor, European Union, Famous Grouse Experience, Feis Ile, football, Four Roses, free trade, Ginza, Glenglassaugh, Glenmorangie, Glenturret, Grant's, Grant's Signature, Hamish Torrie, Hibiki, Hidetsugo Ueno, independence, India, Irish Distillers, Islay, Ivan Menezes, John Walker & Sons, Johnnie Walker, Julio's, Kate Middleton, Ken Grier, Macallan, magazine, Massachusetts, Massandra, Master, McDowell's, Michter's, Mickey Heads, New York, Officer's Choice, penalties, Peter Beaulieu, Prince George, Prince William, professor, Redbreast, referendum, Richard Carleton Hacker, Rob Rothenburger, Robb Report, Robin Burke, Russia, Ryan Maloney, Scotch Whisky Association, Scotland, Shelby County, Shelbyville, Shelly Brisbin, soccer, Stephen Hawking, Suntory, SWA, Tawny Port, taxes, Tesco, Texas, The Spirits Business, Tokyo, Tomatin, trade, Twitter, Ukraine, Westborough, winery, Woodford Reserve, World Cup, Yalta0 comments
Tokyo’s whisky bars are legendary, but so hard to find that they’re often compared to Prohibition-era speakeasies. Hidetsugo Ueno owns Bar...