The Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee

Since 1866, Jack Daniels has produced one of America's most beloved spirits in a dry county

Few American spirits have as much clout as Jack Daniel’s. Since 1866, the Tennessee whiskey has been produced in its hometown of Lynchburg, a hamlet located within a dry county 70 miles southeast of Nashville. Despite the prohibition of alcohol sales in Moore County, the Jack Daniel’s Distillery offers year-round tours that include tastings of the caramel elixir and access to the official bottle shop—not …

Wolves Whiskey Debuts With a Complex Blend

Featuring rye and a pair of whiskeys made from craft beer

Distilled in California using a style of still that’s been widely retired, Wolves Whiskey launches with a proprietary blend of three experimental spirits. Though percentages aren’t disclosed, their “First Run” whiskey (the official title of this release) is a blend of a “whiskey distilled from craft stout beer, aged in French Oak for eight years, a whiskey distilled from craft pilsner beer, aged in New …

Interview: Master Perfumer and Royal Salute 21 Whisky Consultant Barnabé Fillion

Exploring the ways in which scent combinations create and evoke memories

We know that the brain employs scent to trigger memories and feelings. Without your olfactory system running properly, smelling certain things would be difficult—and, of course, food and drinks would taste different too. Perhaps most importantly, your brain wouldn’t create lasting memories in the same way. On a  recent trip to Dubai, we spoke with master perfumer and Royal Salute 21 whisky consultant, Barnabé Fillion …