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This Philadelphia group uses top-shelf whiskies to make classic cocktails—and turns up its nose at snobbery.
“Add a very soft water to your whisky when doing a tasting, just like the water by the Yamazaki Distillery.”
Jazz up your usual whisky club gathering with a fresh focus, from white elephant swaps to hazmat-level proofs.
“I am a huge proponent of blind tastings, because I want people to appreciate whisky that you think is good, not what someone else is telling you.”
“If you taste a bourbon and make a face it’s probably too strong. Start with something lower-proof and then work your way up.”