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Even though it's been a staple of the Suntory Whiskey portfolio for nearly a century, sherry and Spanish Oak flavors can easily overpower a whiskey. The Yamazaki Sherry Cask Whiskey has always managed a delicate balance, in large part due to the expert guidance of Chief Blender Shinji Fukuyo. For the 2016 vintage, Fukuyo has once again selected casks that bring out the complex flavors that helped the 2013 vintage be named World Whiskey of the Year. And this year's 5,000 bottles use the same lot of whiskies that the 2013 vintage used for its base, suggesting another batch of awards may be in its future.
The latest installment in Upslope Brewing's Lee Hill Series could very well be the best. Upslope Barrel Aged Milk Stout is an imperial stout brewed using premium malt and lactose sugar. It's then placed in Maryland-style rye whiskey barrels for seven months. The result is a rich, complex beer with notes of cocoa, vanilla, and cinnamon — elegantly packaged in slim, 19.2oz cans.
Made with the classic French 75 cocktail in mind, Few Breakfast Gin proves that gin should have a spot at your next brunch. Few considered adding coffee to make this gin stand out, but instead went with Earl Grey tea, as it compliments the juniper and citrus flavors of the gin. While the idea for a Breakfast Gin started off as a bit of a joke around the distillery, no one is laughing now at this perfect cocktail companion.