Thomas H. Handy Sazerac Rye Whiskey Review Whiskey: Thomas H. Handy Sazerac Rye Whiskey, 2011 Antique Collection Release Distillery: Buffalo Trace Distillery, Frankfort, Kentucky Age: 6 years Proof: 128.8 Proof, 64.4% ABV, uncut and unfiltered Color: Medium to deep amber Nose: Baking spices and almost an aroma of a kitchen filled with a spiced loaf… Read more »

Vesper Cocktail Recipe

In the James Bond movie and novel Casino Royale, agent 007 invents and names the new vodka cocktail “Vesper.” We’ve included the scene below in video along with the original Vesper recipe and‘s updated suggested version. We also suggest these reviews of online casinos so you can enjoy this cocktail with a great game… Read more »

2011 Winners of the Second Annual New York International Spirits Competition Tasting Preview

Need some tips on the best spirits to purchase according to some trade expert that do some of the most tasting? New York International Spirits Competition (“NYISC”) tells they’ve just their 2nd annual event at 3 West Club to taste, evaluate and judge over 300 of the world’s best–distilled spirits – a 65% increase… Read more »

Glenfiddich 50 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Glenfiddich tells one of the few bottles of the rare Glenfiddich 50 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky available in the U.S has just been sold to an anonymous buyer at Los Angeles International Airport for a price of $17,000. The extremely rare bottle pictured above being held with white gloves is one of… Read more »

Moonshiners on Discovery Channel premieres tonight

× has seen recent increase of legal “moonshine type” with tasty releases like White Dog by Buffalo Trace, Catdaddy Carolina Moonshine, and Original Moonshine from Culpeper Virginia. Now, a new network TV called Moonshiners show will premiere Dec. 6, at 10 pm EST tonight about some real moonshiners in Climax, Virginia. The new Discovery… Read more »

Repeal Day Celebration with Prohibition Cocktails celebrates today as Repeal Day with the passage of the Twenty-first Amendment to the United States Constitution on December 5, 1933 to end prohibition. Thus, the U.S. Prohibition Era went from January 16, 1920 through December 5, 1933. To celebrate, we’re sharing a few Prohibition era and classic style cocktails using Bourbons and whiskeys…. Read more »

Warm Negroni‘s new version of the Negroni is served warm as an aperitif to warm the stomach and soul of the guest when coming in from the winter cold. The warmth also opens up the nuances of the Negroni. Warm Negroni 1 oz. Gin (G’Vine Nouaison Gin recommended ) 1 oz. Aperol 1 oz. Sweet Vermouth… Read more »