This year’s Bar Convent Berlin takes place in an expanded setting and is set to make a greater impact on its abundance of exhibitors and visitors. One of the most highly anticipated events in the drinks industry’s calendar is preparing for its 11th annual show.
The Cooper Spirits Company has expanded its whiskey offering with the creation of limited edition six-year-old Slow & Low Rock and Rye. The release follows the success of the producer’s eight-year-old Slow & Low Rock and Rye bottling in 2015. Bottled at 50% abv, Slow & Low Rock and Rye Six Years has an RRP of US$39.99 per 750ml bottle. It is made with rye whiskey, raw honey, navel oranges, bitters and rock candy.
Michter’s US*1 Toasted Barrel Finish Rye is bottled at 54.3% abv and has an RRP of US$75 per 750ml in the US. The expression is made by finishing Michter’s US*1 Single Barrel Kentucky Straight Rye in a custom-made barrel, crafted from 24-month dried wood that is then toasted, but not charred. The toasted barrel is said to impart flavours of dark toast and smoke, as well as enhancing the spicy character of the whiskey.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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