This Genius Figured Out How to Make Booze Stronger
We heard you liked alcohol so we put alcohol in your alcohol.
Natalie B. Compton
PHOTOS: This Remote Whiskey Distillery Is Straight Out of a Postcard
The Isle of Raasay has a population of 160, a post office, and a village shop. And, since last year, a whisky distillery with breathtaking views over the Red Cuillin mountains.
Women Don't Need a 'Jane Walker' Campaign to Want to Drink Scotch
Apparently women, much like vampires, must be invited to join your Scotch party.
You Can Now Buy Special Water Just for Mixing with Whiskey
Old Limestone's creators say that you can definitely taste the difference.
Orchard Smoke Cocktail
The boozy embodiment of autumn apple picking.
Man Spent $10,000 on Shot of Rare Whiskey that Turned Out to Be Fake
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.
'Neat' Is Not a Good Way to Drink Whiskey, Says Science
Scotland Just Fuelled a Car with Whisky, Because of Course
At least we'll know who to thank when we can say "No, Officer, I'm not drinking—but my car is."
Scientists Can Now Use Fluorescent "Tongues" to Identify Fake Whiskey
The only thing worse than fake news is fake booze.
Meet the London Bartender Serving Virtual Reality Cocktails
“Some people seem to think it’s fast-paced and you’ll get motion sickness but don’t worry, it’s really quite more of a swooping, gentle experience.”
The World's Oldest Whisky Is Being Poured into a Line of $45,000 Watches
Is the best way to enjoy a 151-year-old bottle of Scotch is to put single drops of it into exorbitantly expensive accessories
The Last Bite
The Last Bite: London's Oldest Whisky Shop Won't Let Soho Die
Welcome back to The Last Bite, our column on the survival of traditional food establishments. Today, we visit Milroy’s, a whisky shop that has operated in Soho since 1964—and intends to do so for many years to come.