Beyond the classic Sazerac, the high-proof anise-flavored spirit makes a perfect match for rye—or bourbon.
Archive: Spring 2020
Whether you prefer peated scotch, Irish blends, or American single malt, there’s a perfect pickle to pair.
This is how desperate drinkers, powerless distillers, and shameless profiteers shape the price and availability of in-demand whiskey.
Taste the effect of mizunara, chestnut, and other special barrels on the flavor of bourbon, Irish whiskey, and more.
Irish blends, single malts, and single pot still whiskeys netted top scores from Whisky Advocate’s reviewers.
Single malt scotch, bourbon, Irish whiskey, and more received top marks from Whisky Advocate’s reviewers.
An Irish single pot still, blended scotch, and Tennessee whiskey all strike an ideal balance between score and price in the Spring 2020 Buying Guide.