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Whiskey in the NewsEdit


I’m looking out there for the one person who apparently was not offended by the spelling of "whiskey" in my column on Speyside single malts. If you are that person, allow me to explain. Whiskey is a word with an alternative spelling, whisky. Or maybe it’s the other way around. Read more...


The US Distilled Spirits Council (DISCUS) recently released their reports on sales for spirits in 2011. The findings show that Irish whiskey has outsold single malt Scotch in the US. Read more...


In the 140-year life of the Jack Daniel's, the world's best-selling whiskey, the liquor's keepers have managed their old-fashioned brand with a blend of savvy salesmanship and pithy advertising. Read more...


First of all, socialites don’t drink whisky and construction workers don’t drink not to get drunk. Second, when people use the term “drink,” they are referring to alcohol. Read more...


You order an Old Fashioned. The bartender asks, "What kind of bourbon?" You say, "Bourbon?" mildly offended, as if Pandora started playing Coldplay when you typed in "Radiohead." No, no, no. Read more...


In the absence of alcohol sensors, cops are resorting to unscientific methods, like breath smelling and talking, to check if one is drunk. With both cough syrups and homeopathic medicines having traces of alcohol, some drivers, who have had these, were given the slips... Read more...


IT sounds like a taunt here in Bourbon Country: Go ahead, mix my Manhattan. But as the holiday imbibing season approached, five bartenders entered a “shake off” this month at the Kentucky Derby Museum, to see who could work the most magic with bourbon, a singularly American spirit that has turned out to be a singularly American success story. Read more...

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