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Wild Turkey Cocktails for Thanksgiving Day

Wild Turkey Cocktails for Thanksgiving Day

Now, you don’t have to drink Wild Turkey on Thanksgiving, but it sure makes for an easy themed drink. At my house, I’m content to sip the stuff neat. No ice, no mixers, no problem. But should your guests want something that’s a little more, you know, elaborate… here you…read more →

WhistlePig 2014 Boss Hog: The Spirit of Mortimer Review

WhistlePig 2014 Boss Hog: The Spirit of Mortimer Review

Last year, WhistlePig released “The Boss Hog” to many a whiskey drinker’s delight. The very small batch release–about 1,000 cases–was a 12 year old, 100% rye bottled at barrel proof. But now, they’re one upping themselves with The Boss Hog: Spirit of Mortimer. This new release is again bottled at…read more →

Twelve Five Rye Whiskey Review

Twelve Five Rye Whiskey Review

Twelve Five Rye Whiskey is named for the day (December 5, 1933) in which President Franklin D. Roosevelt repealed prohibition in the United States. It was a good day, and here we’ve got a whiskey that pays tribute to America’s native spirit. Released by California-based Congenial Spirits and produced at…read more →

Tincup American Whiskey Review

Tincup American Whiskey Review

Tincup American Whiskey hails from Colorado, where it was founded by Jess Graber, the same gentleman behind Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey. It’s comprised of corn, rye and malted barley. It’s technically bourbon, but Tincup has a higher rye content than most. And interestingly, they don’t use the word bourbon on the…read more →

anCnoc Rutter Scotch Whisky Review

anCnoc Rutter Scotch Whisky Review

anCnoc hails from the Knockdhu Distillery in the Scottish Highlands, where it’s most known for producing a core range of easy-drinking single malts. Beginning with anCnoc 12 Year and moving up toward older expressions like the 22 year old and 35 year old whiskies, the primary anCnoc portfolio skews light…read more →

Hibiki 17 Year Japanese Whisky Review

Hibiki 17 Year Japanese Whisky Review

We’ve had a real thing for Japanese whiskies of late. We’re not alone, as the American cocktail culture has embraced all things Japanese–from whisky to equipment to technique. But more than the allure of drinking faraway spirits, Japanese whiskies simply taste damn good. Hibiki falls under the Suntory portfolio, a…read more →