What do whisky professionals drink when they aren’t drinking whisky? The answers may surprise you.
From $30 blended scotch to $200 bourbon and $900 single malt, there’s a whisky for every wallet this week.
This week brings cask strength single malt, a sherried blended malt, high rye bourbon, single grain Irish whiskey, and mesquite-smoked craft whiskey.
This classic tiki recipe has been adapted by Chicago’s Three Dots and a Dash to include both bourbon and overproof rum.
New York City bar Mother of Pearl created this rye- and bourbon-based tiki cocktail whose dramatic presentation includes “shark blood.”