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Whiskey aging, also commonly known as mellowing, removes that raw edge in order to impart a smooth whiskey taste on the palette. That is the short answer but the whiskey aging process is a little more involved.
The whiskey sour is a popular and refreshing alcoholic beverage that is easy and fun to make. The main ingredients of a whiskey sour are whiskey, lemon juice, and sugar, but there are some variations and garnishes you can try out.
Whiskey and cigars can be paired in a number of ways to compliment and contrast their flavors bringing out their best. Whether drinking bourbon, scotch or whiskey, there is a cigar that can enhance the experience.
Tennessee whiskey is one of the great American classic spirits. Under NAFTA, Tennessee whiskey is legally defined as “a straight Bourbon Whiskey authorized to be produced only in the State of Tennessee”.
If you have ever wondered about the whiskey distillation process used to create your favorite whiskey, then you are in luck. Here you will find information on the whiskey distillation process.
Single malt distilleries implement the traditional method of using a pot to make single malt whiskey that has been used for centuries. There are varying constraints that are placed on the production of single malt whiskey.
Single grain whiskey is one that has been manufactured from only one type of malted grain and has been distilled in one certain distillery. Traditionally, single grain whiskey is made from barley cultivated in near proximity to the distillery of prod
Some of the most famous people of all time have been whiskey drinkers. From historic leaders to legendary authors, discover who some of the most famous whiskey drinkers of all time are.