Twitter was drenched in whiskey on Wednesday night in celebration of #WorldWhiskyDay on Saturday.
Scotch is made in Scotland, Bourbon is made in America.
It takes more than a few bottles of whiskey to become a real expert of the distilled spirit.
Mmm. Smoky Scotch. Perfect on a cold, rainy day, or any day for that matter, weather be damned—let’s not limit ourselves. But where does that smoky flavor come from?
The Parts Unknown host/In-N-Out fanboy was in town talking dark liquor and Jumbo’s Clown Room.
Anthony Bourdain knows a thing or two about a good drink. He’s eaten and imbibed his way around the world, taking hungry viewers with him, most recently on Parts Unknown.
For the April 1 release of its “Pride 1974” single-malt scotch whisky, Glenmorangie decided to tap a timeless concept: That music enhances the whisky-drinking experience.
Japanese whisky finds itself in a somewhat precarious position, its exponential growth leaving it handicapped by supply shortages.
Guinness is tapping into the whiskey market with a blended Irish whiskey set to be released in time for St. Patrick’s Day.
Eagle-eyed whisky drinkers will have noticed inconsistencies with the spellings of ‘whisky’ or ‘whiskey’ from one region to another. But why do some countries omit the letter ‘e’, while others keep it in?
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