Dan Friedell, whisky (and whiskey) writer

Here are some recent stories I’ve done about the world of whisky (how it is spelled in Scotland) and whiskey (how it is spelled in the U.S.):

Some women are getting involved at the highest levels of whisky-making. They may be making it better than ever. “Whisky-Making Not Just for Men Anymore” (Voice of America Learning English, 2017)

In the summer of 2016, an unknown rye whiskey from a well-known bourbon-maker came out. No one even knew the barrels were in the warehouse, aging. It hit shelves at $299. Today those bottles are worth two or three times the price after Booker’s Rye won multiple awards at the end of 2016. Beam-Suntory, the corporation that owns¬† the Booker’s name, held back some bottles for charity. Now, some people may be finding out they are able to buy a bottle they thought they could never get their hands on. For Men’s Journal, in September 2017. “Extremely Rare Booker’s Rye Whiskey Being Re-Released…

The sought-after Booker’s Rye.

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