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  1. 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...
  2. In 2010, the House of Courvoisier’s fifth master blender, the now-retired Jean-Marc Olivier, created a lasting legacy known as l’Essence.
  3. Ever since the launch of his Port Wood in 1995, Bill Lumsden, head of distilling and whisky creation for Glenmorangie, has produced some of the most innovative and flavorful wine barrel–finished...
  4. Already the best-selling Scotch-whisky producer in the world, John Walker & Sons continues to add offerings to its prestigious portfolio, which includes Johnnie Walker XR 21 and King George V.
  5. When members of the Bacardi family drink rum, they drink only the best examples selected from private reserves in their company’s cellars.
  6. Clase Azul, a boutique tequila fábrica located in the Jésus María region of Arandas in Jalisco, Mexico, not only has produced its first commercially available añejo but, in so doing, also has created...
  7. In late 2012, Elit by Stolichnaya demonstrated the importance of the water used in vodka with its extremely limited Himalayan edition of the Pristine Water Series.
  8. In spite of its name, Monkey 47 should be taken seriously.
  9. Technically, Michter’s Cele­bration Sour Mash Whiskey is neither bourbon nor rye whiskey.
  10. The search for artisanal mezcal begins and ends in Oaxaca.

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