Sazerac House in New Orleans immerses visitors in cocktail history—and is making the drink’s main ingredients on-site.
Glenlivet’s experimental Capsule Collection has a lesson for even the most serious whisky drinkers.
Best embodied by the Manhattan and Rob Roy, this classic combination is greater than the sum of its parts.
You’ll be polishing off these drinks—made with bourbon, scotch, and more whiskey—in no time.
Round out your next whisky party with these accessories and other items that complement the star of the show.
You can learn a lot about a whisky before ever tasting it just by examining its label. Here’s what to look for.
By law, bourbon must be aged in a new charred oak barrel, but variables and distiller choices can affect the final flavor.
Tristan Brunel of New York City’s George Washington Bar takes a Bloody Caesar to the next level.
True or false: Jack Daniel’s is a bourbon.
While Tennessee whiskey rules Music City, there’s much more to the urban scene than Jack Daniel’s.
These watering holes are serving up a different kind of spirit alongside whisky.
North of New York City, distilleries nestle among the stunning scenery of mountains, farms, and the winding Hudson River.
Start your journey on the Hudson Valley’s craft whiskey trail with these destinations just north of New York City.
With a base in and around Poughkeepsie, you can visit two of New York’s most outstanding craft distilleries.
Chef Sébastien Giannini of Washington, D.C.’s Kingbird has pioneered a singular culinary technique.
From Scotland to Kentucky, you can enjoy high-end dining after the usual tour and tasting.
Whether you prefer bourbon, scotch, or another whisky style, there’s always a perfect candy to match.
From apple to cherry to pumpkin and pecan, pie makes a superb companion for bourbon, scotch, Irish whiskey, and more.
From educational tomes to cocktail cookbooks, there’s a new book for every whisky-related interest.
Throw in a hunk of smoky aroma, straight from Scotland or Ireland.
Once they can no longer make aging spirit taste good, casks are being repurposed as surfboards, chairs, and even musical instruments.
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.