The bright red Italian aperitif makes a perfect match for bourbon, rye, and scotch—here’s how to use it.
Tristan Brunel of New York City’s George Washington Bar takes a Bloody Caesar to the next level.
Mixologist Masahiro Uroshido uses rye whiskey as the base for this drink while incorporating elements of his Japanese heritage.
Master the modern classic that mixes peaty scotch with ginger, honey, and lemon.
True or false: Jack Daniel’s is a bourbon.
Bruichladdich’s head distiller explains how, when it comes to single malt scotch, PPM is just a number.
Bruichladdich’s head distiller explains how he created the award-winning peated Islay scotch after years of experimentation.
Perusing bottles is the perfect way to get grounded in local tastes.
From Scotland to Kentucky, Ireland to Australia, you can set your compass for the best whisky experiences around.
Surf, hike, ski, fish, and more at these distillery destinations.
Enjoy desert drinking at its finest in this sophisticated Arizona city.
Pair your bourbon (or scotch, Irish, or rye) with a bed at these standout hotel whisky destinations.
From buffalo to barbecue, learn to pair any kind of wing with whiskey.
Kentucky chefs recommend a few basic principles for finding a fool-proof whiskey match.
This versatile sweet and spicy dish makes a perfect match for a range of different Irish whiskeys.
This dish, made with Japanese ingredients like miso, amplifies the briny flavors of whisky made on Scotland’s coastlines.
America’s national pastime meets its national spirit—bourbon.
Can’t bring yourself to throw out a cherished bottle after the whisky is gone? Upcycle it instead.
Fill your shopping list—or wish list—with these items that are perfect for drinkers of scotch, bourbon, and other whiskey.
From an insulated stainless steel nosing glass to a glow-in-the-dark creation, these drinking vessels will add style to your scotch and bourbon.
From candies to a cocktail kit, these small gifts will appeal to all whisky drinkers.