Tags » Distillery

Weekly Photo Challenge: Relax 

After some holiday shopping, how do you spell R-E-L-A-X?  A little cheese and charcuterie …. with a side of hand-crafted cocktails from Vikre, Duluth’s local distillery (Juniper Gin and Tonic on the left, and Spruce Gin Gimlet on the right). 45 more words


Linkwood 19, 1997 (Signatory for K&L)

Just about a year ago I posted reviews of four exclusive Signatory casks for K&L in California. I split those bottles with a bunch of other people. 419 more words

*Whisky By Rating

Rising Sun Distillery

I sent Rising Sun an e-mail, and about a week later, these arrived.  If you haven’t had any of their stuff, you should, especially the Colorado Chili Spirit.



West Highland Way: Glasgow to Drymen

For 96 meandering miles (154.5km), the West Highland Way (WHW) traverses a range of landscapes leaving the suburbs of Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow behind for open pastures, rolling hills, lochs, and then mountains before reaching Fort William in the north. 1,397 more words


Whisky for Whisky Haters: Oban 14 Years Single Malt West Highland Scotland

Wine has tasted fabulous as far back as my memory (legally) allows me.  But I once hated Whisky.  It became firmly aligned with regret and college.   383 more words

Booze + Brews Tour in Downtown LA

After booze, our second favorite beverage-type is coffee. We gulp down the dark chocolate-colored stuff by the pot-full in the mornings. Coffee gets us through the work day – so we can make it back into alcohol’s warm sweet embrace over happy hour or dinner.   201 more words


The False Hope of Corn Stalk Rum during the American Revolution

By Jordan Smith

What do you do when the most crucial resource for your business suddenly becomes unavailable? Over one hundred rum distillers operating in colonial North America confronted this very problem as the American Revolution began to unfold in the mid-1770s. 1,150 more words

American Revolution