Whisky drinkers often refer to their pour as a “dram”—but what does that word actually mean? Is it a real measurement, or just a catch-all term for any amount of whisky? The Whisky Advocate editors each have a strong opinion about just what a dram is, and they went head to head in settling the debate once and for all.
This virtual tasting features two examples of bottled in bond whiskey—that is, American whiskey from one distillation season and one distillery, aged in a federally bonded warehouse for at least four years, then bottled at exactly 100 proof.
This sommelier-led virtual tasting features two innovative American whiskies from Blackened that showcase how this brand uniquely utilizes black brandy finishing and Metallica-fueled sonic enhancement to create truly one-of-a-kind bourbon/rye blends.