Inevitably this summer, a special moment will force you to pause, reflect, relax, and mix a classic whiskey drink.
Does the aging of spirits really matter?
Using common judging methods will help you pick up aromas and flavor nuances in your bourbon.
Did you know during Prohibition women were stellar bootleggers?
Limoncello has become popular in champagne cocktails, as an after-dinner chilled digestif and in desserts, like lemon tarts. Some restaurants have even resorted to making it themselves.
From the outside, you’re a bourbon lover, through and through. But something is changing. You’re getting bored.
I guess the moral to the story is, enjoy bourbon your way and never apologize – and always lock up your good stuff.
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