Once sold as medicine, the whiskey-based liqueur can be enjoyed as a cocktail straight from the bottle—or by making your own.
Made with bourbon, rye, and other whiskeys, these herbal concoctions aren’t your garden-variety drinks.
Peaty scotch makes for an approachable cocktail with the addition of thyme and bitters.
This cocktail starts with Japanese rice whisky and adds matcha, cashew, and citrus for balance.
Virginia Distillery Co. CEO Gareth Moore explains how the distillery’s location makes a huge impact on the flavor of the whiskey.
The regulations that govern bonded whiskey are stringent, but for good reason. Jeff Arnett puts the bottled in bond style into context.
Is Jack Daniel’s a bourbon? Master distiller Jeff Arnett finally lays the question to rest.
Our 2018 Whisky of the Year proves that blends deserve to be taken seriously.
Our number-2 whiskey of 2018 showcases the versatility of a barrel-proof bottling.
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.
Bars and barbecue abound in this midwestern whiskey destination.
Pair the Scottish region’s delicious whisky with these unforgettable experiences.
Awe-inspiring views and natural beauty provide an unforgettable setting to enjoy whisky, from Yellowstone to the Grand Canyon and beyond.
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.
It’s time to match up whisky with a mouth-watering meat companion.
This torched fish makes a perfect match for the smoky richness of Islay malts and other peated whiskies.
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.