The 10 Best Whiskey Subscription Clubs for Every Type of Drinker

Not sure what whiskey to buy, whether a gift or for yourself? Consider a whiskey subscription club, which takes some of the hassle out of the equation for you and sends you samples on the regular in exchange for a recurring fee. The catch? Instead of picking a whiskey, now you have to pick the…

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Recipe: Negroni

This classically Italian cocktail is so popular that there’s a whole week dedicated to it in September, Negroni Week. And while it’s not a national holiday or anything, it is nonetheless well-celebrated — and rightfully so. The Negroni is a full-on delight, a cocktail so unique and refreshing that anyone who doesn’t like one should…

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Review: Neft Vodka

Neft is the vodka that comes in a miniature oil drum. The biggest question you may have is that when you see Neft on the shelf, there are white cans and black cans. What’s the difference? Nothing. The vodka inside is the same in both, so pick the can that appeals to you the most.…

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Review: Maker’s Mark FAE-01 2021 Limited Release

Maker’s Mark’s series of cryptically named annual releases, following 2019 and 2020’s offerings, continues in 2021 with this, code-named FAE-01. What’s that mean? For starters, it’s the first of two FAE releases. FAE-02 will arrive this fall. FAE-01 and -02 will be part of year three of Maker’s Mark’s Wood Finishing Series, which revolve around…

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Review: Dogfish Head Whiskey Sour, Vodka Soda, and Vodka Lemonade

Dogfish Head has been in business as a brewery in Delaware since 1995, and later it moved into distilling with a range of whiskey, vodka, gin, and rum. They were early proponents of bottled cocktails, back in 2017, and earlier this year entered the canned cocktail revolution. One advantage they have is that they already…

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Review: St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur (2021)

St. Germain hit the scene in 2007 and was an immediate smash, including with this reviewer when we formally covered it in 2010. The lychee-like flavor of elderflower proved itself to be endlessly versatile, to the point where, today, putting St. Germain in a cocktail is considered a bit passe — almost cheating, depending on…

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Review: GlenDronach Port Wood, Plus Cask Bottlings Batch 18 – 1993, 1994, 2005, and 2008

GlenDronach is hitting the market with a new full-time expression as well as four new expressions from its single cask Cask Bottlings line, denoted as Batch 18. Up first we have GlenDronach Port Wood, which should be self-explanatory (though more details follow below). The four bottlings from the Cask Bottlings Batch 18 line are all…

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Review: Highland Brewing High Pines Imperial IPA

When you’re in the mood for a big and boozy IPA that’s full of classic, resinous and piney hop character, Highland Brewing’s High Pines will fit the bill. The beer, which recently joined Highland’s year-round lineup, is brewed with Mosaic, Simcoe, Centennial, and Comet hops, giving the beer a distinctly West Coast character. Notes of…

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