Scotland holds the crown but these countries and regions are producing great single malt whisky that’s worth keeping an eye on.
Archive: Winter 2020
Inspired by scotch, global whisky producers are creating single malts that are unique representations of their climate and culture.
This cocktail is meant to give the feeling of a warm embrace, with Tennessee whiskey mixing with espresso syrup, heavy cream, and Coca-Cola.
Nutty amaretto combines with Firewater bitters for this cocktail that takes its name from a classic holiday image.
These cocktails use ingredients like coconut milk, stout beer, and heavy cream to deliver wonderful spice-driven wintery drinks.
Coffee flavors and whisky are oft interwoven in delightful ways, in things like Irish Coffee, whisky-flavored coffee beans, and coffee-flavored whiskey.
Whether mild-mannered and slightly sweet or dense and hearty, bread can pair with most any type of whisky.