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Whiskey Cocktails Made With Bourbon, Scotch & Rye When it comes to crafting the perfect whiskey cocktail at home, you don't need much to set yourself up for success. To help you out, we've collected a handful of whiskey cocktail...
Difference Between Bourbon and Whiskey All bourbons are whiskeys, but not all whiskeys are bourbons. Confused? Don't be. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has laid out  a number of "laws" that regulate processing, detailing exactly what does...
The Best Tasting Budget Bourbons By Kayleigh Kulp There's almost nothing more American to drink than bourbon. For one thing, bourbon must be made and aged in the United States to be labeled as such, from at least 51 percent corn. The remainder...
Top Rye Whiskeys For Easy Drinking Like bourbon, its sweeter counterpart, rye is a quintessentially American type of whiskey. Although there are Canadian ryes, they can be quite different from those made in the United States. (They even spell "whiskey" differently...
The Finest Blended Scotch Whiskies on the Market Care for a Sheep Dip? How about a Dimple Pinch? No, these aren't dirty jokes or double entendres. They're the names of some of the finest blended Scotch whiskies that we have...
Single Malt Scotch Whiskies You'll Love Scotch drinkers like to keep things simple. Sure, you can make a fantastic whiskey cocktail, but most aficionados want to enjoy the smoky flavor unadorned — except perhaps for ice, water or a splash of...
Top-Rated Bourbon Whiskies at Every Price In 1963, Congress declared bourbon “a distinctive product of the United States.” Long before that, though, bourbon had become as all-American as baseball and apple pie. The no-fuss drink, with its unique...