The oldest bottled bourbon, James Thompson & Brother Final Reserve, aged 45 years in barrels, poured for guests of the Kentucky Bourbon Affair. What’s the oldest bourbon you’ve tasted? And did you like it?
Excited to taste the new recipe of High West Double Rye—featuring the distillery’s own pot still rye—with master distiller Brendan Coyle. And he brought this year’s edition of Yippee Ki-Yay too! #whiskey#whisky#rye@drinkhighwest
Single malt casks aging in a former wine cellar at Rozelieures Distillery in Lorraine, France. Sabine Grallet Dupic is the fifth generation to distill there; her dad, Hubert, is the fourth. For most of its history, the family has distilled mirabelle eau de vie, but several years ago, Hubert and Sabine’s husband, Christophe, created the first whisky. #frenchwhisky#whisky#whiskey#whiskydefrance#worldwhisky@whiskyrozelieures
The lineup from a special tasting of Glenfarclas Family Casks following a Five Decades tour at @glenfarclasdistillery in Speyside. The whiskies showcased a huge variety of flavors, affected at least as much by cask type as by mere age. #scotch#whisky
At Warenghem Distillery in Brittany, France, master distiller Erwan Lefebvre is aging single malt in many types of casks—including ones made from Breton oak. The whisky they yield is spicy and smoky. #whisky#whiskey#frenchwhisky#brittany