Unless you work in the whisky industry, you’ve probably never heard of James Espey or Tom Jago. However, I’ll bet that you’ve had one of the whisky brands they’ve been responsible for creating over their decades in the business. Now, they’ve teamed up with Peter Fleck for The Last Drop, an ultra-premium blend with whiskies blended in 1972 and left in the corner of a warehouse ever since. It’s the first of what they promise will be a series of “gob-smacking” whiskies from The Last Drop. In the news, the final still is installed at Roseisle, Bruichladdich turns down bidders, and who tips better, Republicans or Democrats?

Links:  The Last Drop | Diageo | Classic Malts | The Scotsman | Bruichladdich