These bourbon, scotch, and other whiskies all scored 93 points or higher.
Van Winkle, Weller, and Michter’s are among the most popular bottles on the whisky secondary market.
Blended malt scotch, bottled in bond bourbon, and Indian single malt all have excellent price-to-score ratios.
Straight rye and high-proof bourbon from Kentucky, plus a single malt scotch, took top marks in the Buying Guide.
Whisky, blackcurrant liqueur, lemon juice, and orgeat combine in this cocktail, which is easily made in a blender.
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