It's all public info, so there are no secrets. But what can be found on the site are approvals for labels of new liquor products before those bottles ever hit the shelves. Seriously. Have at it.
Here are some recent discoveries of the Irish sort:
1.) Redbreast 21 year old. Yup. Sku found it and tweeted it. I exclaimed, "WOO HOO!" May I naively hope they keep it under $100?
2.) Tullamore Dew Cask Strength. 56% ABV. Looks like it starts out in bourbon casks, then spends its last 2 years in sherry casks. What most interesting is that it appears to be a blend.....
3.) Power's John's Lane Single Pot Still. This one made me squeal.
4.) Power's Gold Label. As per the same Whiskycast episode, the whole Power's range is getting refreshed. My favorite go-to whiskey is getting a new label, and (via a COLA from last month) it's getting bumped from 40% to 43.2% ABV. I will drink it.
If this post seems just like a bunch of Irish whiskey industry cheerleading......well......I'm cheering for the whiskey. I have a soft spot in my liver for Irish whiskey. Thus more variety and new experiences are good things. And maybe I'll be able to bring some of you over to my side someday...