Sometimes using your smartphone’s GPS feature to navigate Kentucky’s backroads isn’t the best choice, as our bourbon editor laments during a recent driving trip to Maker’s Mark.
The chemistry behind the aromas we perceive in whisky is complex, and not everybody experiences smells in the same way.
We review Barrell Bourbon Batch 009, a 13-year-old, sourced Tennessee whiskey bottled by one of America’s better non-distilling producers.
We review The Balvenie Tun 1509, Batch 2 and Batch 3, as we explore this distillery’s popular, limited edition Tun series.
Many say that women have better senses of smell than men do. Does that mean women get more out of whiskey?
We review Bone Spirits Straight Bourbon, a whiskey made in Texas from a mash of corn and rye.
Whiskey has a sweet side, and these three great whiskey-based liqueurs prove it.
Whiskey – and distilling – aren’t as old as you might think. Here’s how historians think whiskey was first invented.
We review SMWS 27.107 Springbank 16-Year-Old Ex-Sherry Cask, a special Springbank release from the Scotch Malt Whisky Society.
Love Highland Park whisky? Here’s a deep dive about what makes this northernmost Scottish distillery so special.