The Weekly Whisky
Summary: The whisky, weekly. Three dudes in Brooklyn drinking whisky, talking about whisky, and writing about whisky. The Weekly Whisky podcast tackles a different bottle each week, everything from Scotch and Irish whiskey to bourbon, Tennessee, rye, Canadian and corn.
Bourbon from... New York? It has "Yankee" right in the name. What's going on?
We go back to Canada for this week's podcast on Crown Royal. We talk metal, Kabbala, and the Black Tooth Grin.
A special guest visits the podcast as we finally get to the highlands (barely) with anCnoc single malt scotch. This week's podcast brought to you by the Thomas Collective.
Our first Indian whisky on the podcast! Amrut Fusion's a single malt, and it's got peat. How could we say no?
On this week's podcast, we drink Kentucky Tavern straight bourbon to give you the lowdown on some budget whisky.
Fireside bourbon is bourbon from Colorado. Colorado bourbon! We drink it for you!
You may have heard of this whisky. We drink the biggest blended scotch in the world: Johnnie Walker Black Label. Also included: a nuanced critique of Sam Raimi's auteur film career.
The podcast goes back to Japan for the Hibiki 12 year blended. How does it compare to the Yamazaki?
Irish whiskey that's... peated? Is it natural? Can it be good? Find out.
The Trilogy of the Olds is completed with Old Grand-Dad high rye Kentucky straight bourbon.
Rye returns to the podcast in the incarnation of Abraham Overholt's Old Overholt straight rye whiskey. Overholt.
This week's podcast puts the world's best-selling single malt whisky through the paces: Glenfiddich 12 year.
This week it's a "Cape Cod Cast" as we drink Nor'Easter Bourbon with a special guest, cruelly laugh at the plight of innocents, and make another cocktail.
Springbank distillery's Longrow peated Campbeltown whisky takes us to a new region of Scotland, and someone commits a serious transgression by making a cocktail with a single malt scotch.
We drink our second Irish whiskey, Glendalough 7 year. So yeah, we sing U2 and the Cranberries.