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Sometimes, seaside flavors can appear within your whisky glass, offering up notes of rock pools, vanilla ice cream, beach barbecue, smoked shellfish, and more.
Make these classic whisky cocktails using ingredients that are already in your kitchen like honey, lemon juice, and baking spices.
With smoked brisket on the menu, we explore different pairing opportunities with bourbon neat and in a refreshing summer cocktail.
More than just a garnish, adding homemade candied ginger to your cocktails puts a personal touch on a Mule, Sour, or other classic.
Coffee flavors and whisky are oft interwoven in delightful ways, in things like Irish Coffee, whisky-flavored coffee beans, and coffee-flavored whiskey.
Keep the whiskey in balance with sweet and tart flavors, and you can tweak the Sour to suit every palate.