3 New American Whiskeys
The country’s greatest spirits aren’t all from Kentucky and Tennessee anymore. Here are three to try from Oregon, Virginia and Vermont.
A blend of distilled malted barley and clear corn whiskey that spends, on average, a year in a variety of casks, including Pinot Noir barrels.
Distilled four times, this earthy whiskey is a gateway sipper for vodka devotees. A pleasant and tempered clean finish, void of impurities.
Aged in American oak, this spicy 100 proof, 10o percent rye hits “the sweet spot” in all three categories of proof, purity, and age.