From nutmeg to clove and cinnamon, there’s a whole spice rack’s worth of flavors in your whisky.
Archive: Winter 2018
France is probing the question of terroir and provenance as its distillers turn out excellent whisky, from Alsace to the Alps.
The country’s geographical indications (GIs) for whisky cover the regions of Brittany and Alsace, but the rules vary.
The crime writer and creator of Inspector Rebus would rather drink a blended scotch in good company than an expensive dram with the wrong crowd.
The legal definition of malt whiskey in the U.S. shares few similarities with styles made in Scotland and elsewhere.