This week we’ve seen Never Say Die bourbon - distilled in Kentucky and matured in England - and Uncle Nearest Rye distilled in Canada, aged in New York before additional aging in Tennessee. While it’s not uncommon for independent bottlers to re-cask their purchases if they have a warehouse, what influence does the travel and varying climates have? Does it make the provenance of a whiskey to be more opaque, or does it mean extra character and new avenues of whisky production being added to the conversation?

Posted by Chris Ratcliff at 2022-10-04 17:48:25 UTC