Taste a whole new side of classic whisky drinks by swapping in tequila, rum, gin, or mezcal.
The Ojo Del Tigre offers a mezcal-based take on an Old Fashioned.
Replace bourbon with gin in this classic mint cocktail.
The Sombrero Rosado is a play on the Brown Derby cocktail, swapping out bourbon for tequila.
David Stewart, longtime malt master at Balvenie Distillery, explains his early experiments in cask finishing—including the ones that weren’t so successful.
Four Roses senior brand ambassador Al Young explains how a tiny micro-organism has a huge impact on the bourbon you drink.
Matt Hofmann of Westland Distillery explains how and why single malt whiskey tastes totally unique depending on where it’s made.
Let a Scot teach you how to say cheers.
Should you drink whisky neat, or is it okay to add water or even ice? Whisky Advocate’s editors debate the merits of each option.
A new initiative called The B Line aims to draw visitors to Northern Kentucky’s bourbon distilleries, bars, and other whiskey destinations.
Go back in time with antique scotch, bourbon, and other whisky.
Spend a weekend eating, drinking, and shopping for whisky in this charming Canadian city.
Discover the best bars and retail shops in Japan’s whisky metropolis.
Music city distilleries are making Tennessee whiskey, bourbon, and much more. Use this guide to plan your visit.
Bourbon, scotch, Irish whiskey, and more make a perfect match for briny bivalves.
With several whiskey and oyster varieties, the options at these restaurants are numerous.
Creamy, tangy cheese dip stands up perfectly to the spicy heat of barrel-strength bourbon.
There’s a perfect whisky pairing for every cut of beef.
Add a dash of Scottish style to your look with Harris tweed.
These stores will serve you a free dram as you try on new threads.
Also, Old Forester has unveiled a line of bourbon-focused cocktail ingredients.
These everyday grooming essentials put the am in dram.
Chefs, distillers, and bartenders offer tips on how to put a miniature barrel to good use.