Sweetness and smoke combine in this cocktail, which features peated Islay scotch and a rich demerara syrup.
Archive: Spring 2020
Once almost disappeared, Ireland’s most unique style is returning to the spotlight as distilleries craft unique interpretations.
Single pot still whiskey is more vibrant than ever, consistently earning high scores for its full-bodied flavor.
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.