Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Iceland are making some head-turning whiskies that embrace Nordic climates and traditions.
Archive: World Whisky
In the Icelandic tradition, Eimverk Distillery uses sheep dung to make its smoked Floki single malt, one of the many whiskies it produces.
Inspired by scotch, global whisky producers are creating single malts that are unique representations of their climate and culture.
Coming from India, China, Wales, and beyond, these worldly whiskies encourage a more far-reaching exploration of single malts.
Plus, the first whisky ever matured in a pomegranate wine barrel, whiskey distilled from Arrogant Bastard ale, and more unique bottles are hitting shelves.
The international head of sales for M&H Distillery joined #TasteWithSpace on Feb. 12. all the way from Tel Aviv.
Plus, new ryes with unusual maturation programs are debuting, and a Colorado whiskey distilled from Brettanomyces beer makes a splash.