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Green Spot Irish Whiskey

When it comes to single pot still Irish Whiskey that won't cost you an arm and a leg, it's tough to beat Green Spot. The biggest problem for those of us in the United States though, is the fact that you couldn't find a bottle — until earlier this year that is. Green Spot is one of the only remaining bonded Irish whiskeys and is produced for Mitchell & Son of Dublin, an independent wine merchant. Sourced from the famed Midleton Distilleries, Green Spot is not only one of the best Irish Whiskies around, and now that it's on store shelves stateside, you have no reason not to seek it out.

  • Koval Single Barrel Millet Whiskey

    With a handful of giant companies owning most of the whiskey market share in the US, it's not easy for craft distilleries to make a name for themselves. But Koval Distillery in Chicago is beginning to break through in a big way with spirits like their Single Barrel Millet Whiskey. It's a whiskey distilled entirely from millet — a tasty, but mostly underused grain. It's aged in oak for less than two years, and just like all of Koval's spirits, is handcrafted using grains, fruits, herbs, and flowers sourced from the Midwest and is kosher and certified organic.

  • Ole Smoky Charred Moonshine

    Lets see: people made whiskey, whiskey was outlawed, people made moonshine, whiskey was legal again, moonshiners went into hiding — or NASCAR. Prohibition-era cocktails make a comeback, so does (legal) moonshine, whiskey makers start making moonshine, so moonshiners make... whiskey. That might be an oversimplification, but the fact is that Ole Smoky Charred Moonshine takes the company's celebrated moonshine and transforms it into whiskey by aging it in barrels to add color, flavor, and character. Just like, you know, regular whiskey.