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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.

  • Westward Oregon Malt Whiskey

    We tend to place younger whiskies a step or two behind their more mature brethren. This is, of course, because some of the qualities that are evident in those drinks are due to the extra time mingling with the oak. Westward Oregon Malt Whiskey however, is an exception to this rule. What it lacks in age, it makes up for in complexity and flavor. It's made from 100% malted barley grown in the Pacific Northwest and is double pot distilled, which gives this unique drink many of the smooth characteristics you'd expect from an Irish whiskey. Proof that even a two year old whiskey can exceed expectations.

  • Redbreast 21 Irish Whiskey

    While the upcoming St. Patrick's Day holiday lends itself incredibly well to beer drinking, there are more options than a few pints of the black stuff available to sip this year. Redbreast 21 is the latest Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey on the market from the kings of Irish whiskey, Midleton Distillery. Not unlike the 12 or 15 year expressions, Redbreast 21 is incredibly easy to drink, but with some notable complexities — in large part due to the extended aging — that really cause it to stand above its younger siblings. The perfect drink to finish off your fun-filled (or laid-back) St. Patrick's Day.