Notes of fresh-baked baguette or iced sticky buns come from specific compounds in grain and oak.
Bourbon, pear brandy, walnut liqueur, and clove syrup combine to create a fruity and aromatic drink.
Though it’s made from sugar cane instead of grains, aged rum has much in common with bourbon and scotch.
This Philadelphia group uses top-shelf whiskies to make classic cocktails—and turns up its nose at snobbery.
Beyond the classic Sazerac, the high-proof anise-flavored spirit makes a perfect match for rye—or bourbon.