The makers of Famous Grouse blended scotch have a new offering: Black Grouse. The new guy is a blend of smoky, peaty malts and Famous Grouse. It seems like an attempt to snare scotch fans who prefer single malt Islay to the blends but are looking for an affordable, everyday (and possibly mixable) alternative. It goes for about $25–$30 a bottle.
A pleasantly smoky nose is followed by a nice peated start on the front … Read more
September is National Bourbon Heritage Month and the folks at Wild Turkey wanted to share their twist on the classic Whiskey Sour. They replace the sweet and sour with grapefruit & lime juices mixed with honey, which creates a fruitier sour. The 101 proof bourbon gives it a nice kick!… Read more