This is a perfect blend of a good old whiskey featuring bold and loud flavors with the rich and smooth feel of peanut butter. The whiskey was featured in the world’s best flavored whiskeys category at the New York World Wine & Spirits Competition, which says it out loud how the blend goes down.
The Irishman Vintage Cask 2018 is a new arrival in the liquor world. Yet it is dubbed as Ireland’s most in-demand whiskey now. The main characteristic is that it is aged in American Oak casks and is distilled 3 times during the production stage.
Camus is one of the last members of the major Cognac houses that are completely family run. The Cognac house has been that way for almost five generations. The company has employees in three different continents and they are responsible for the sales of the cognac in almost all countries of the world. The making of Camus VSOP Elegance starts with the selection of an aromatic Eaux de vie that are distilled partially on the lees.
Alberta Springs Canadian whisky comes in a cool wooden box and proclaims the ‘Alberta’ heritage. Originally, Alberta Springs was a 100% rye whisky, but in the early to mid 90’s, Alberta Distilleries Limited (ADL) started distilling some corn also with the rye blend. It was still blended to the same taste profile though. Besides, they also use computerized machineries and a quality assurance panel to ensure that the flavor of the whisky does not change with time.
The Casamigos tequila company started as an idea by Clooney and Gerber while they were on a trip to Mexico. The duo, along with Meldman, extensively researched to make a tequila that anyone could drink throughout the day without getting a hangover. Interestingly, their discovery was an instant success. Below is a quick review of the three popular tequilas from Casamigos.
Forty Creek whiskey produced a limited release whiskey that allowed the public to take part in the release of the same by allowing people to choose their own numbered bottle. In addition, you can have the bottle signed by the master distiller, John Hall, when you collect the preordered bottles. These limited edition whiskeys are produced on the foundation of the flagship whiskey of the company, Forty Creek Barrel Select. These are basically versions of the flagship whiskey that have spent more time aging in oak barrels.
As per the website of the Absolut Vodka, a person named Lars Olsson Smith introduced a new continuous distillation process in the year 1879. He made use of a continuous still and made a liquor called Absolut Rent Brännvin (Absolute Pure Vodka). The process was new and claimed to offer ultra-pure spirit. Ten years later, the brand Absolut Rent Brännvin was launched in New York as Absolut.
Situated in Inverness, Scotland, the Tomatin Distillery is where the Tomatin 18 Year Old (Single Malt) is produced. As the name implies, this spirit gets aged for 18 years inside refillable oak casks; after that, it is finished inside Oloroso sherry casks. Upon bottling, it holds a 46% alcohol content.
Cognac is a liquor whose production has to be contained inside strict parameters, so long as manufacturers want their spirit to be recognized as a cognac, that is. Primarily, as of 1909, only a drink produced in a specific French region can be rightly called a cognac. On top of this, the grape juice used must come from white grapes that were specifically grown under the cognac label.
The Hennessy Privilege VSOP Cognac is a spirit produced by Jas Hennessy & Co., which is the biggest producer of Cognac today. Founded in 1765, they currently bring out more than 45 million bottles each year. Hennessy Cognac has been famous as far back as 1817, when the then Prince of Wales asked Hennessy House to come up with what he called a “very superior old pale cognac”. This set off a category, which would eventually be referred to as “VSOP”.