Everyone and their father has a set of whiskey stones now. Here's how America came to love them... and then hate them.
“It is our genuine belief that every purported pre-1900—and in many cases much later—bottle should be assumed fake until proven genuine."
Being cold is a great excuse to drink.
We heard you liked alcohol so we put alcohol in your alcohol.
Apparently women, much like vampires, must be invited to join your Scotch party.
If you can picture it, I’m 6’ 8” and 315 pounds. I was always considered the nice guy out of my friends, and I don’t have a threatening or intimidating manner. But I’ve now been doing security for eight years.
TFW you drop ten grand on a single glass of "19th century" booze and it ends up being some mid-range garbage from the 70s.
At least we'll know who to thank when we can say "No, Officer, I'm not drinking—but my car is."
If you bartend for long enough, you'll see a lot of weird, dramatic breakups, like women pulling out each other's weaves over Facebook "likes."
Is the best way to enjoy a 151-year-old bottle of Scotch to put single drops of the near-priceless liquor into exorbitantly expensive accessories?