Putting flavorings in whiskey is a relatively common practice – and we’re not just talking about Fireball.
American Whiskey Lifestyle
The chemistry behind the aromas we perceive in whisky is complex, and not everybody experiences smells in the same way.
We review Bone Spirits Straight Bourbon, a whiskey made in Texas from a mash of corn and rye.
Whiskey – and distilling – aren’t as old as you might think. Here’s how historians think whiskey was first invented.
A handful of craft distillers are experimenting with buckwheat – but can the resulting spirit really be called whiskey?
It’s so tempting to swirl that glass. But does swirling your whiskey before sniffing it help, or hinder?
Hangovers suck. Why do they happen? And is there any way to avoid them?
We review Templeton Rye Special Reserve, Templeton’s commemorative 10-year-old release marking a decade in business.
Thinking of throwing a Burns Night party this year? Here’s what you’ll need to pull it off.