Add bittersweet flavors to drinks made with bourbon, rye, scotch, and Irish whiskey.
Bourbon, amaro, and gin are pulled together by cherry-vanilla bitters in this subtle, sparkling cocktail.
The rare whisky cocktail made with Campbeltown scotch, this drink also includes amaro, Strega, and grapefruit.
This bitter and sweet rye-based cocktail includes amaro, vermouth, and amaretto.
Whisky Advocate’s editors debate how much information producers should share on the label.
The recipe for Double Rye has changed to include High West’s own aged whiskey, yet the flavor remains the same. Here’s how they do it.
Easy to make and even easier to eat, this homemade ice cream recipe will add an enjoyable kick to your dessert.
Spike your next popsicle with this simple frozen version of the popular whiskey cocktail.
Combine bourbon or rye with fresh peaches and tea to create a cooling adult treat.
Explore the Mile High City through bourbon, rye, single malt, and more.
Hit the whisky trail in Speyside, Islay, and beyond—and make every minute count.
Scotland’s long-sleepy region is suddenly a desirable whisky address.
A visit to Scotland’s southernmost region would be incomplete without tasting some of the local water of life.
Pack your hiking boots, fishing gear, and more for these unforgettable experiences in Scotland’s most southerly region.
Cured meats are a perfect match for aged scotch, bourbon, and rye.
Get your team spirit flowing with this whisky-focused party menu, designed for pre-game eating and drinking.
Add this sweet, spiced boozy sauce to grilled meats or vegetables.
Prep this hearty one-pot dish in advance for your next tailgate party.
Form meets function in these highly fashionable cocktail accessories.
From single malt scotch, Japanese, and Australian whisky to moonshine and “whiskey hacks,” there’s a book for every whisky lover to enjoy.
Planning a whisky-focused tailgate party? You’ll need a few key pieces of gear.
Whether connecting with other drinkers or tracking your tastings, a better whisky experience is just a tap away.
We put some gadgets to the test to determine if they can improve the taste of everyday whisky.