For this week's WhiskyCast, I sat down with Bruichladdich's Jim McEwan, CEO Simon Coughlin, and Commercial Director Douglas Taylor in New York for a wide-ranging discussion on everything from the recent move to pull the Laddie Ten, Sixteen, and Twenty-Two malts out of retail to the recent repairs that have shut down production since December and much more.
In the news, Forty Creek's John Hall explains why he decided to sell to Campari, Dad's Hat Pennsylvania Rye is on its way to Europe, and you'll hear both sides of the debate over Tennessee Whiskey that is pitting distillers against each other.
Episode 470: March 15, 2014 whiskycast.com Bruichladdich expressions come and go...sort of like the waves on Loch Indaal do. Laddie fans are lamenting a decision to pull the Laddie Ten, Sixteen, and Twenty-Two single malts out of retail, bu...
This has the potential to get very ugly very quickly...Brown-Forman is not pulling any punches in what it claims is a Diageo attack on Jack Daniel's.