On this week's WhiskyCast, we'll hear from Templeton Rye's Scott Bush and Keith Karkhoff as they give their side of the labeling controversy involving so-called "sourced whiskies" and US federal labeling requirements. Templeton has been under attack from critics in recent weeks, including Chuck Cowdery's comments on WhiskyCast three weeks ago, so we wanted to make sure they had a chance to respond to their critics. We'll also hear from Bill Samuels Jr. of Maker's Mark on his mother Marge's selection for the Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame, and Heaven Hill's Larry Kass will update us on the #ALS fundraising plans for this year's Parker's Heritage Collection release.
Sad news from Scotland...especially for cat lovers. Peat, the 6-month-old kitten named as Glenturret Distillery's resident mouser back in June, was struck by a car and killed Monday.
A beloved distillery cat has died after being struck by a car at just six-months-old. Workers at Glenturret near Crieff said they are “heartbroken” after Peat was found fatally wounded at the roadside by a member of staff. Despite immediate veterinary care, Peat passed away in the arms of distillery…