Our friends from Galena are laying down bourbon. It just isn’t very old. Yet. But it’s wonderful. Thing is, they refuse to release it until it rests to a proper age. In the meantime, they happened upon a parcel of aged bourbon they couldn’t let go. Thus, Knotter Bourbon, a great dram to sip white we wait for what Matt and Mike Blaum have in store.
Whiskey in a box? Whiskey in a box .
One of the last projects of gin legend Tom Nichol before his departure from Tanqueray. Paying homage to the history of his longtime distillery by resurrecting this historic recipe from the 1800’s, this special bottling is named after the neighborhood… er, neighbourhood in London that held the original distillery location: Bloomsbury .
One of the most iconic bottles in tequila goes pink for breast cancer awareness: Clase Azul Reposado . A portion of the sale of every beautiful decanter goes toward the ongoing fight against breast cancer. As always, the tequila inside the decanter is stunning.
If you love La Pinta Pomegranate Infused Tequila (and you should) then check out the new Happiness Pack. It’s exactly the same bottle with an extra 200 mL thrown in to sweeten the deal.
The newest aged expression from Speyside stalwart Benromach is 15 years old , and it’s a worthy addition to their already solid lineup of everyday releases.
Have you tried Slow & Low Rock and Rye ? It’s deliciously sweet, and it couldn’t happen without a solid foundation of blended straight ryes. Coincidentally, those blended straight ryes are now available on their own in a badass retro bottle.
Mate? It’s the latest, hottest, herbal beverage. Antioxidant and all that. Anyway, it’s at the core of this Argentine gin .
Driven by this wonderful cocktail renaissance, amaro is hot. The latest to hit Binny’s shelves is Amaro Sibona , a balanced example of amaro, with a round palate to balance out the slight bitterness. Try it in this delightful autumn cocktail.
Donegal Estates marks a new, beautiful, light and fruity entry into the Irish whisky category.
Finally, something affordable from Amador Whiskey Co. Double Barrel Bourbon is rich sourced bourbon further finished in Trinchero wine barrels.
One for serious bourbon collectors: Garrison Brothers Cowboy Bourbon was one of the most anticipated releases back in 2013, but was limited to Texas only. The second release is finally available, in limited quantities, crafted from some of the oldest stocks from this Texas upstart.
Speaking of whiskey upstarts, check out Eleven Wells . This Minnesota producer goes a little nuts in controlling every factor of production: grains, distillation, wood, everything. The result is the Prototype Series, showcasing different grain types.
Also, don’t skip their rums. Made in the same vein in two different styles, a blackstrap made with molasses, the other Agricole style made from fresh cane syrup.
Know someone special with a birthday ending in zero this year? We have newly arrived vintage releases from two of our favorite Armagnac producers, Dartigalongue and Delord, with ages reaching 20, 30, 40 and even 50 years old.
Hudson spirits: now in normal 750 mL bottles . That’s twice the Hudson AT THE SAME PRICE.
Balblair’s sweet spot is in the mid to late teens, and the newly released 1999 vintage hits that spot beautifully.
Lamenting the loss of Journeyman’s delicious Ravenswood Rye? Grab a bottle of the new Last Feather . Same juice, new name. Also new to Binny’s, batch two of their single malt, Three Oaks.
For fans of Jameson: Jameson Caskmates , finished in casks that previously held a local craft brewery’s stout. Our guess is Franciscan Well? Not to brag, but we were drinking this in Ireland way back before it was cool.
Finally, don’t miss two newest releases from Ichiro’s Chichibu distillery . Both show growth and maturity since Ichiro’s first, including his first peated available in the U.S.