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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
Mixology Monday is on a Wednesday this month, but whatever, it is being hosted by our friend Lindsay at Brown, Bitter and Stirred
What better occasion to post this wonderful Jameson Old Fashioned that I enjoyed at PDT in New York?… Read more
I recently received a bottle of the Glenrothes Vintage 1998 Scotch Whisky. Sure my friend works for Skyy, but it was unexpected just the same.
The Glenrothes is a Speyside Single Malt Whisky that bottles by vintage, not age. Therefore, much like a fine wine, each vintage is unique. The 1998 is no exception.
The nose of this whisky is pure smoothness with a slight woodiness and hints of dried fruit. You sense none of … Read more
Smashing up some peaches and adding a little booze makes for a damn fine drink! This simple recipe is light enough for summer but has a great whiskey kick.
This recipe uses a mellow blended scotch, but Canadian or Irish whiskey would also work well.… Read more