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  1. In 2012, Bacardi Limited launched the D’Ussé Cognac brand, whose spirits are produced at the famous Château de Cognac, which was founded in 1795 and is also the home of Baron Otard (another Bacardi-...
  2. Mezcal is sometimes referred to as “Mexico’s other spirit,” since it is not as well-known as tequila and its occasionally sweet or spicy and always smoky flavors can be off-putting to the uninitiated...
  3. The Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita, located on Banderas Bay on Mexico’s west coast, is now offering what it calls the Ultimate Tequila Tour , a special day trip that gives four guests a behind-the-...
  4. The Last Drop 50 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky ($4,000) is composed of 82 different whiskies—70 single malts and 12 grain whiskies—many from distilleries that no longer exist...
  5. A relative newcomer to the world of fine scotch, whisky maker John Glaser’s 14-year-old Compass Box Whisky Co . has turned out an impressive, diverse array of small-batch whiskies.
  6. Mezcal is sometimes treated like tequila’s evil twin. For many drinkers, mezcal is not as refined as many aged tequilas and is rougher in composure, sentiments derived from its strong, sour, and...
  7. Say “single malt,” and usually the next word to roll off the tongue is “scotch.” However, single malts can be made almost anywhere, with Ireland, Japan, and the United States being three of the most...
  8. The annual Universal Whisky Experience in Las Vegas has become a celebrated gathering for aficionados of rare spirits to discover some of the most exclusive whiskeys in the world.
  9. As anyone who loves single-malt whisky knows, even the most readily available drams—such as Macallan 18 Year Old and Lagavulin 16 Year Old—have seen dramatic increases in prices.
  10. The recent double-digit growth in consumption of Irish whiskey can be attributed in part to Redbreast, a single-pot-still whiskey that first appeared in the early 1900s as an independent bottling...

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