The Isle of Arran distillery produces a fine array of scotch in their Arran Malt Collection, a lineup that celebrates its “Scotland in miniature” location.
Four Roses Bourbon uses math to blend the elements that go into their mashbill recipes, resulting in many different combinations to bottle.
Pitting Clyde May’s Alabama-style bourbon against Berkshire bourbon’s Smoke and Peat in a bourbon brownie bake-off…we’re all winners!
I may not have a favorite scotch, but I know that if Glenmorangie and Ardbeg are in the lineup, I’m going to like it just fine
There’s something positive to be said of pride in production & heritage, as The Macallan and Highland Park show on their websites.
It’s by blogversary…I’m grateful, I have an announcement, and I’m sipping a few of Ken Gordon’s whisky gems from Glenfarclas, Glenrothes, and more
Even though whisky has been described simply as “beer that’s grown up,” the actual process for whisky production requires skill and time
From two sides of the Pacific ocean comes two distinct whiskies in two different styles…Nikka Japanese whisky and Old Potrero Rye whiskey
Gordon’s DTX, my friendly neighborhood liquor store, has the good fortune to be able to create Private Select Maker’s Mark bourbon…and it’s tasty!
Whisky Wednesday scotch tastings at Gordon’s DTX are more than just a chance to taste some great spirits, it’s a way to make new friends
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