San Francisco-based Anchor Distilling Company is introducing The Glenrothes Reserve Collection Tri-Set, a pack featuring all three Glenrothes Reserve whiskies packaged in 100-ml. bottles. Including Glenrothes Sherry Cask Reserve, Bourbon Cask Reserve and Vintage Reserve (a blend of 10 vintages from the past three decades), the Tri-Set follows the debut of the brand’s Reserve range in full-size bottles last fall. The Glenrothes Reserve Collection Tri-Set carries a suggested retail price of $39.99 and will be distributed across major U.S. markets.
Florida-based Timber Creek Distilling has introduced a new line of whiskies, including Timber Creek Florida Bourbon, Reserve Florida Bourbon and Rye Whiskey. Each of the newcomers is made with 95% Florida-grown grains and aged in charred Missouri oak. Located in Destin, Florida, Timber Creek also produces a Wheat Vodka, Rum, Dark Rum and Apple Pie Rum.
Phillips Distilling Co. has extended its Revel Stoke Canadian whisky range with a new Roasted Pineapple expression. Rolling out this month, Revel Stoke Roasted Pineapple is line-priced at around $15 a 750-ml. and joins the brand’s existing core whisky and its Spiced, Cinnamon, Roasted Pecan and Roasted Apple offshoots.
Newport, Tennessee-based Popcorn Sutton Distilling, known for its moonshine, is debuting its first brown spirit, a limited-edition, 92-proof offering called Popcorn Sutton Barrel Finished. Retailing at $50 a bottle, Popcorn Sutton Barrel Finished, which was finished in charred American oak for more than three years, is rolling out in Tennessee, North Carolina, Texas, Colorado and Ohio.
All information courtesy of Shanken News Daily