This month’s Whisky Roundtable is hosted by those lovable rapscallions over at the Edinburgh Whisky Blog. They’ve put us on the spot as to our views on distilleries releasing new make/clearac or young, not-quite-whisky.
Here’s their question to us all:
In recent years we’ve seen a good few releases of not-quite-whisky-yet or spirit-that-dares-to-command-a-price. Whether kissed by Quercus Robur tannins for 4 months or just plain clearac, do you think this is something new distilleries or ones with severely depleted stocks should be doing?